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Seasoned clinches coveted approved supplier status at Kew Gardens

London event caterer, Seasoned has been awarded approved supplier status at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew following a formal tender process.

Colin Sayers, managing partner of Seasoned, said, 'Kew Gardens is something special and we are so thrilled to be beginning this brand-new relationship with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

'This is our first ever approved supplier listing at the gardens and demonstrates our ability to hand-pick the most exciting opportunities along with our desire to partner with an exclusive collection of amazing venues.

'We are very proud to now be a catering partner for two of London’s four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it’s an enormous achievement and the team is very much looking forward to delivering spectacular events amongst the rich heritage of Kew Gardens.”

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is one of the world’s leading plant science organisations and has two botanic gardens. Kew Gardens is a beautiful botanic garden and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which features iconic Grade I and II-listed venues including Cambridge Cottage, the Orangery, the Nash Conservatory, Marianne North Gallery, Princess of Wales Conservatory and the Temperate House.

These sought-after event spaces are diverse and can host corporate and private events, civil ceremonies and weddings. What’s more, all of the venue hire fees support Kew’s work to protect biodiversity loss.

Trent Craig, senior event operations manager at Kew Gardens, noted, “We are excited to welcome Seasoned to our listed catering collective at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and look forward to working together with our clients to caterer for many stunning weddings and events in the coming years.

'The commitment demonstrated by Seasoned to producing environmentally conscious events focused on educating clients in how to reduce the environmental impact of event proceeding aligns with our mission and values at the Kew Gardens.”

Nicky Pratt, business development director of Seasoned, added, 'As always, we will focus on creating extraordinary event catering experiences at Kew Gardens that are sourced, delivered, planned and managed as sustainably as possible.

'We will continue to encourage our clients to make positive change and calculate the emissions from their event. We will work together with our clients to reduce the carbon footprint of the event and offset the emissions through the Woodland Trust.”