New mar­riage for cater­ers

Macclesfield Express - - WILDLIFE -

A TOWN cen­tre cater­ing firm is en­joy­ing a new part­ner­ship with an iconic 13th cen­tury li­brary.

Vanilla in Al­lSea­sons (ViA), based on Wood Street, has paired up with Chetham’s Li­brary, one of Manch­ester’s old­est build­ings, for events in­clud­ing wed­dings.

The com­pany, which is owned by Adam Evan­son and Si­mon Bai­ley and has been run­ning for five years, is used to grand venues, cater­ing for events at Heaton House Farm and Capesthorne Hall. It is hoped this lat­est part­ner­ship will ex­pand the busi­ness into a new mar­ket across Manch­ester.

Adam Evan­son, hos­pi­tal­ity di­rec­tor of ViA, said the his­tory and her­itage of the 13th cen­tury build­ing will be a truly idyl­lic set­ting for any cou­ple.

He said: “We’re re­ally look­ing for­ward to show­ing peo­ple round the venue and work­ing with each cou­ple to make each event truly be­spoke and un­for­get­table.”

Aside from wed­dings, Chetham’s Li­brary and Vanilla for Al­lSea­sons will also host cor­po­rate func­tions in the pri­vate din­ing rooms of the build­ing.

Stephanie Walker, Chetham’s Li­brary duty man­ager, said it is an ex­cit­ing ven­ture for the build­ing.

She said: “This is Manch­ester her­itage, we want to make sure the build­ing will be put to good use.

“Four spa­ces are avail­able for hire, in­clud­ing the grand Ba­ro­nial Hall.”

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