The Sweet Taste Of Success For Stones Events

A luxury Leicestershire catering company is proving it has the perfect recipe for success as it goes from strength-to-strength.
Stones Events has taken on five new members of office based staff to help their operations team cope with the growing demand for their exclusive event design, planning and catering.

The Sweet Taste Of Success For Stones Events
They will also help handle the exciting new contracts with the likes of Belvoir Castle, Exton Park, Wrest Park, Osmaston Park, Keythorpe Manor, Ladywood Estate and Nevill Holt Opera.
The now 10-strong office team provides first class catering at private and corporate events from weddings and charity balls to garden parties and launch events.
Its luxury client list is growing by the day and includes the likes of Ferrari, L’Oreal, Christies and Caterpillar.
The team has now secured the contract to be the exclusive caterer for Belvoir Castle for 2014, which is something managing director of Stones, Tom Goodwin is delighted about.
Tom said: “Being named as the exclusive caterer for Belvior Castle is a fantastic achievement and comes on the back of the consistent high standard of events we had been delivering at venues across the region. We have also just taken over the contract for all the catering at Nevill Holt Opera, so we are the perfect fit for Belvoir Castle.
“This year has really been a success story, with the team doubling in size to meet the growing demand for our cutting edge cuisine and the personal event planning service we offer all our clients.”
Tom went on to add: “In 2012 we did 101 events and this year we have already facilitated 113 corporate events, client parties and weddings, with bookings still coming in for the next few months.
“We have done some fantastic events this year from five nights at the Nevill Holt Opera and the Skincentials Product Launch, to Ibiza themed parties and 22 weddings at venues across the Midlands, including weddings featured in Hello and Brides magazines. This year has seen a real period of growth for Stones and it look set to continue into 2014.”