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Principals by CH&CO hosts Christmas restaurant at local school

20th Dec 2018 - 06:00
As the catering partner for Northdown Primary School (Margate), Principals by CH&CO is hosting a pop-up restaurant there, tomorrow (20 December) for students, their families and the local community alike.

With the lunch provided by Principals by CH&CO, guests will be served homemade soup, sausages and mash, and a dessert of apple crumble and custard. Tea, coffee and cakes will also be available throughout.


The restaurant will also be festively decorated, with decorations and kitchen all offered voluntarily by local businesses and the community.


Principals by CH&CO sales director, Peter McKenna, said: “The team at Northdown Primary School is very excited to host the Christmas pop-up restaurant.


“We’ve worked with the school for 12 years and in this time, we’ve become part of the school community. Our involvement and contribution to the school goes beyond serving nutritious, tasty lunches during term time - we’re committed to sharing the joy and benefits of good food and mealtimes with pupils and parents beyond the classroom.


“So when the team was asked to give up their time to help bring this great initiative to life, they jumped at the chance.”


“Food is a wonderful way to bring communities together and what better time of year than at Christmas.


“We can’t wait to see the pupils and their families sharing a wholesome lunch and enjoying the festivities. It’s great that we’ve also been able to include members of the wider community, it’s going to be a truly magical and uplifting event.”


Sheila Todd, Northdown Primary School head teacher, said: “The Christmas pop-up restaurant is a fantastic way to bring the school and local community together and spread a little festive cheer.


“It’s going to be a joyous event for everyone and our pupils won’t recognise the school hall.


“It’s been great to work with Principals by CH&CO on this event. They’ve played a big part in bringing this to life, and been very generous in providing and creating the delicious lunch and giving their time on the day.


“I’d also like to thank all the local businesses that contributed by donating decorations and gifts.”


Written by
Edward Waddell