To mark the centenary of the Battle of Jutland HMS Duncan
visited London, mooring at Thames Quay in West India Dock, Canary Wharf.
During the historic visit The Cook & The Butler sponsored Captain Commander Charlie Guy and logistics officer Lieutenant Commander Marc Jones to become Freedom of the City of London.
HQS Wellington, one of London's most unique venues and the
headquarters of the Master Mariners, was featured on ITV's "This Morning"
program. On the show the "This Moring" couple were married on the Quarter
Deck where the view across the Thames made a magnificent back-prop. The Cook
& The Butler is caterer onboard the Wellington and members of the team
featured in the program which included a brief interview with TC&TB's head
chef, Jean and Roy, the head chef onboard.
Video from the prgram can be seen on the HQS Welling website: www.hqswellingtonship.co.uk...this_morning_wedding_apr_2016
LiveryCompanies.net has released the latest edition of the Livery Mistresses and Consorts picture book. The picture book is a companion to the Livery Masters Picture Book and is designed to be an aide-mémoire. Both books are sponsored by The Cook & The Butler.
Modesta Viscockiene, event
Manager at The Cook & The
Butler celebrates the unique
historical ceremony of Freedom
of The City of London, Thursday
10th September 2015, supported
by Sherriff Alderman Dr Andrew
Parmley and Sherriff Fiona
Adler. Modesta began her City of
London association in July 2003,
the Freedom ceremony today is
the second award, having
recently been made a Freeman of
The Worshipful Company of
“Today's Freedom was a wonderful reward for Modesta, and I thank the Sheriff Alderman Dr. Andrew Parmley and Sheriff Fiona Adler for taking the time out of their busy Court day to celebrate with Modesta. Their presence only enhanced and made the historic occasion something Modesta will long remember as she treasures her City Freedom and becomes only the second Lithuanian to receive the Freedom of The City of London”
LiveryComanies.com, which is sponsored by The Cook & The Butler, recently released the latest and most up-to-date version of the Livery Masters Picture Book. Click on the image below to go to the download page where it is available as a pdf file.
The Cook & The Butler Event Company took on a 5-year
contract from January 2013 as Caterer onboard the Head Quarters Ship -
HQS WELLINGTON, home of The Honourable Company of Master Mariners – the company of Sea Captains - the first of the modern Livery Companies of the City of London.
Located close to Temple Stairs on Victoria Embankment, HQS WELLINGTON is the most unique venue in London and can cater for a wide range of events. From its stunning decks with panoramic views of the River Thames to its sumptuous spaces for entertaining where 120 guests can dine in the highest standard of comfort.
Managing Director Mark Grove said “This is the most wonderful opportunity for The Cook & The Butler to develop HQS WELLINGTON as a venue with the support of The Honourable Company of Master Mariners and The Wellington Trust”. “Hospitality and service will be the driving force behind all we set out to achieve and I am confident that working together will only enhance HQS WELLINGTON’s reputation as London’s leading venue, setting standards of excellence.”
Contact the sales line 020 7240 9888 (mobile: 07940 787179) for details on the wide range of facilities available or make an appointment to view its sumptuous and impressive accommodation.