BaxterStorey Managers Scoop A Double Win at The Acorn Awards
BaxterStorey are delighted to announce the launch of BaxterStorey At Home, a collection of virtual experiences, finish-at-home kits and hampers, delivering innovative foodie experiences to your front door.
There was cause for celebration as Charlotte Rouse, our head of mobilisations and supply chain for London was recognised with an Acorn Award, one of the hospitality industry’s greatest accolades.
BaxterStorey has been recognised with the ‘Best Alignment of Brand Values through Sponsorship Activity’ Award, for its sponsorship of FOOD: Bigger than the Plate at the V&A.
BaxterStorey are delighted to have become the first contract caterer to partner with family-owned agricultural company, Beeswax Dyson, growing jacket potatoes and garden peas exclusively for BaxterStorey customers.
Wanting to help his local community during a time of need, our amazing location manager at Oracle Linlithgow, David Sharp is set to receive the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his services to his home town community of Menstrie during the pandemic.
Supporting their local community throughout half term, Brigade Bar + Kitchen provided over 500 packed lunches and nutritious after school meals to local families in need of support.
BaxterStorey has announced its parent company Westbury Street Holdings (WSH) has acquired Bartlett Mitchell, a UK-based leading boutique caterer.
Wanting to help their local community during a time of need, our kind-hearted team at Wessex Water partnered with Bath-based charities, supplying over 7000 free meals to vulnerable families and elderly individuals.
BaxterStorey are delighted to have extended their partnership with Aberdeen Football Club by launching an exciting new catering offer at the Pittodrie stadium.
BaxterStorey has joined forces with more than 20 leading companies and individuals from the food service sector to launch ‘Food Service Circle’.
BaxterStorey teams join up to provide over 120,000 free meals to NHS hospitals and local communities during lockdown.
From charity dinners to climbing Snowdon, graduates highlight their standout moments from the graduate programme so far.