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Catering and events company goes on the road

From a country field to a busy shopping centre, organisers can now enjoy world-class catering wherever their event is being held.  
1879 Events Management, which already manages catering and events at the Stadium of Light and National Glass Centre, Sunderland, is taking its expertise on the road, with a contract catering and events service for gatherings across the North East. 

This includes personal and public functions such as wedding receptions and festivals, as well as corporate dinners and award ceremonies, regardless of where they are being held.  

1879 Events Management, a subsidiary of leading North East hospitality brand, SoL, has managed a wide range of external events since its launch in 2012, including the annual Newcastle Pride festival at Newcastle’s Town Moor, the Teesside heat of the North East Business Awards at Teesside University and the Sunderland Retail Awards in the city’s Bridges Shopping Centre.   

Its enhanced range of bespoke contract catering options, staffing solutions and supplementary services have been designed to provide a complete event management package, ensuring organisers can utilise the company’s experience and capabilities at almost any venue.   

To celebrate, 1879 Events Management is offering a 10 per cent discount on any off-site event being booked and held before July 31 2016.   

David Moses, general manager for 1879 Events Management, said: “We have been involved in a wide range of events for the past four years and have successfully managed all manner of functions at the Stadium of Light even before that.       

“Our vast experience in catering for large crowds means we have all the necessary abilities and transferrable tools to effectively deliver a complete event management solution for every occasion, including everything from food and wait staff to stewarding and ticketing.  

“It’s fantastic that we are now able to share those skills for events across the North East and look forward to working in venues right across the region in the future.”

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