A West Yorkshire based catering company have rounded off a successful first year in business by taking over the sales and events for a major tourist attraction in the county.
Asparagus Green Catering based in Wakefield, have been providing the catering facilities at the National Coal Mining Museum for England for the past 12 months. Headed up by company founder Anthony Hegney, the new string to the companies bow will complement their current role within the attraction and allow the team to provide complete party solutions using the best Yorkshire produce the region can offer for a range of events including conferences and exhibitions, parties, dinners, weddings and christenings.
Katherine Morley, the Museum’s Commercial & HR Manager said: “Anthony and his team already provide a high quality service for such events and with their experience in this area, it made sense for Asparagus Green to take on the overall responsibility for this. Having already made a tremendous impact on the visitor offering at the Museum and I have no doubt this extra collaboration will only enhance the conference and events arm of the attraction.”
Anthony Hegney, Managing Director of Asparagus Green Catering Limited said: “To have the National Coal Mining Museum recognise our hard work, high standards, determination and vision is an honour. We have thoroughly enjoyed our first year working with the team, and the opportunity to take on the sales of conference and events was a no brainer for me! The potential of what can be achieved on this unique and picturesque site is so exciting and our calendar of events is already rapidly growing.
For information on holding an event at the National Coal Mining Museum for England contact Jaine Binns: Tel: 01924 844581 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org