Stewarts Christchurch appoints new catering manager

by | Oct 22, 2018 | Independents, News | 0 comments

Stewarts Garden Centre in Christchurch has appointed a new Catering Manager.
Jeremy Wilson from Ferndown joins a team of 40 full and part time catering staff. He will manage the popular Coffee Shop within the centre.
His 30 years? experience in catering management has included large restaurants. He has managed brands for both Whitbread and Mitchells and Butler.
Paul Hilliam the centre?s General Manager welcomed Jeremy to the award-winning business.
?Jeremy has the experience and a great eye for detail. He will be able to maintain the high standards required by our customers.?
Jeremy admits that his role will not be to make drastic changes to the 275 seat Coffee shop.
?My role will be to look to make minor changes to improve the efficiency of the coffee shop. I’ll be encouraging and facilitating ideas from the dedicated team of people who make the venue successful. I also hope to meet many of the frequent customers who we welcome on a weekly basis,? said Jeremy.
The Christchurch Stewarts Garden Centre opened in October 1961. It has seen major improvements and investment over recent years,. This includes the addition of the restaurant sized coffee shop in 2009.
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