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Outside Catering in Tamworth - Caterers in Tamworth

We provide a catering service for all events in the Tamworth and Staffordshire area. Being based closed to Tamworth, we can organize our staff to be on call at the event very quickly.

* Skilled, polite and well-dressed chefs and waiting staff at every event

* We only use real cutlery and crockery at all events, not paper or plastic

* We can create bespoke designs

* Call today on 07989 985401 to get a free quote on your event

* Caterers for everything from small private parties to large weddings

* Caterers for parties,weddings, funerals, dinner parties, coporate events etc


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Evening Reception –Tamworth – January 2010


"Dear Carla,

Just wanted to drop you a line to say a huge thank you for all you did tomake our evening reception so enjoyable. We felt that you handled the whole function successfully and efficiently from start to finish. Everyone was so pleased with the catering and a few of our guests asked for your contact details for their own functions which I happily passedon!

Many thanks for organising our evening, it made the whole day feel special.

Sue and Paul

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Corporate buffet March 2010

Thank you for the corporate BBQ you did for our staff party. I know timing was tight due to our busy schedual but it worked perfectly. I will be calling on your services again. Lisa service was great, and i hope the staff were well behaved!

Martin Thomas
Sales Sports uk


Tamworth

Tamworth derives its name from the River Tame which flows through the town, as does the River Anker.

The historic market town was founded by the Saxons but was sacked by the Danes in the 9th century. Aethelflaeda defeated the Danes and built a castle here to defend the settlement in 913 AD.

In the 11th century the Normans built a new castle on the site, a sandstone fortress, overlooking the confluence of therivers Anker and Tame, and it still dominates the centre of the town.

By the 17th century Tamworth was one of the most populous towns in the west midlands. The town flourished by controlling two pack horse bridges over the Tame and the Anker on the important routefromLondon to Chester.

During the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries, it developed rapidly with the coal industryand became a hub of the canal network when the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal and the Coventry Canal were constructed through the town.