CULTURE Warrington has teamed up with cream of the crop caterers MyLK to offer hire packages for events or meetings Pyramid & Parr Hall and Warrington Museum & Art Gallery.
A range of packages covering weddings, celebrations, children’s parties, meetings and conferences has been launched in partnership with My Little Kitchen, who are the first tenants at Pyramid & Parr Hall’s new business space.
Friends James Thatcher and Kyle Tyrrell are behind the business, and they provided celebratory fizz and delicious food samples at the open evening event to showcase the Pyramid’s unique spaces available for hire.
Maureen Banner, Chair of Culture Warrington, spoke of her enthusiasm for this partnership, “Launching our partnership with MyLK is extremely exciting. I am delighted to welcome them as Pyramid & Parr Hall’s first tenants in the new business space. I believe they will add that something extra to our hires packages to enhance our customer experience to ensure we truly stand out from the crowd.”
MyLK will add to the Cultural Quarter’s thriving restaurant scene with onsite catering for Pyramid & Parr Hall’s hires business and the very first of their supper clubs launching later this year.
In something of a Warrington first, MyLK will run a supper club one night a month where local foodies will experience a unique, one of a kind menu.
The supper club will have a monthly changing menu reflecting seasonality, local food suppliers, as well as capturing the latest in food fashions.
Cllr Mike Hannon, Deputy Leader of Warrington Borough Council said: “This new partnership is yet another good news story for the Cultural Quarter which is growing from strength to strength.”
The spaces available in the Pyramid are filled with character, history and cultural flair and offer an alternative to the traditional.
In addition to the launch of the packages, customers can now take a look around each space from the comfort of their own home as Google Tours is now live for both Pyramid & Parr Hall.