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Horseradish blooming at The RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

Horseradish Catering have had a busy week, delivering hospitality for guests in attendance at the The Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show Tatton Park, attracting over 80,000 visitors across five days of floral festivities. The show got off to a blooming start on Wednesday 20 July, and came to a conclusion when the sun set on the historic Cheshire estate of Tatton Park on Sunday 24th July.

In-keeping with the picturesque grounds of Tatton Park, Horseradish have consistently delivered spectacular bespoke menus, offering guests the opportunity to sample the best culinary delights the region has to offer, including slow braised Vale of Clwyd beef and Goosnargh chicken, as well as a spectacular garden themed afternoon tea. 

The surroundings of the hospitality marquee were specifically designed with a gardener in mind, with a range of intriguing features including wheelbarrow ice buckets and watering can centre-pieces.

Priding itself on local supplier collaborations and recruiting and training home-grown staff from the North West of England, Angus Wilson, Head of Catering for Horseradish said: ‘We are delighted to add The RHS Flower Show Tatton Park to our ever-growing list of contract wins.  Not only are we able to offer first-class catering and service to clients, but our appeal also lies in the opportunity to tie up and promote client events to the 220,000 Chester Race Company customers within a season.’

David Edwards, Head of Show Operations at the Royal Horticultural Society said: ‘Out of a vigorous tender process, Horseradish clearly stood out for their ability to deliver 1,600 covers to our diverse range of stakeholders who expect first class food and service for an RHS event. We were also impressed by Horseradish’s ability to provide a range of different dishes on any one day and feel confident they will deliver an exceptional experience for visitors.’

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