Local catering firm, Waddesdon Deli Company, is delighted to have moved to a new premises at the Gatehouse on Westcott Venture Park.
Sandy Bullivant and her husband started the business nine years ago whilst she had a full time job and two small children. Since then they’ve grown it to become a café, a tailored event catering service and a delicatessen.
In search of more space, they chose Westcott Venture Park as they are well known in the area and had working relationships with some of the businesses based at the Park.
Owner Sandy says: "Moving to the Venture Park was a conscious decision to become more business-orientated, and grow the business to offer services to the staff and local community. The new premises are somewhere for people to meet and talk in a warm, welcoming environment. It's professional but informal, a place to meet with business representatives or staff away from their own premises."
The Waddesdon Deli Company offer a bespoke catering service for the business users of the park and local community: hot and cold drinks; good, fresh, flavoursome high quality food, with healthier options too. Cooked breakfasts, paninis and sandwiches are made-to-order; snacks, supplies and freshly baked cakes and muffins are ready to go.
Sandy explains: "We've always loved food, and started out making sausages from home for friends and family. After only a couple of weeks running the company part time we knew it was taking off, so we set it up full time and established our first premises in the gift shop in Westcott high street."
The Waddesdon Deli Company also caters for corporate lunches, events and weddings, and have supplied for functions from five people up to 2,500. They also supply the school lunches for Westcott Village Primary School, the monthly Westcott old folks lunch club, the Quainton old folks lunch club every Monday and work with the Cricket and Social Club.
Nigel MacKenzie, project manager at WVP says: "It's a very exciting time at Westcott Venture Park and we are very pleased to welcome a thriving and familiar local business to the park."
The Waddesdon Deli Company is offering customers a free coffee for their first visit, and a loyalty card scheme.
Sandy continues; "We are a very transparent business. You can stand and watch us making your sandwich or cooking your breakfast. And if our food were any fresher you would be chasing it around a field!"