Heaven Scent partners Rennies

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Heaven Scent is delighted to have won the contract to provide Rennies Executive Coaches with packed lunched for guests on their trips and tours.

Rennies operates day tours to destinations such as York, The Metro Centre and Christmas markets. They can also whisk you away for city breaks on the continent to enduringly popular destinations like Paris and Amsterdam. Their fleet of  modern executive coaches with 49, 55 and 76 seater vehicles is also used for concert and theatre trips.

You can keep up to date with Rennies’ trips and tours by clicking here.

Dunfermline Advocacy celebrates with Heaven Scent catering

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Heaven Scent Kitchen provided a fantastic afternoon tea buffet yesterday for Dunfermline Advocacy last Sunday, helping them to celebrate their 25 year anniversary in a private events room at Carnegie Library and Galleries.

Dunfermline Advocacy described the catering as “perfect”, and a lovely afternoon was had by all.

Please contact us if you’re interested in Heaven Scent Kitchen’s corporate or private outside catering packages.

Heaven Scent Kitchen – new corporate brochure

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We’ve just put the finishing touches to our corporate catering brochure, detailing how we can cater for your business meetings, training days, VIP visits, company events special occasions and workshops.

With no delivery charges for local companies, flexible service and delicious food, what’s not to like?

Check out the brochure by clicking here, and you can also take a look at the corporate catering section of the website.

A starring role for Heaven Scent Kitchen at Edinburgh Festival

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Heaven Scent Kitchen‘s delicious finger buffet recently took centre stage at the Edinburgh Festival, wowing 400 guests over 4 days as part of a play at Summerhall, one of the UK’s biggest multi-arts complexes.

When an Italian theatre company approached us for sandwiches, tray bakes, nibbles, bottles of Prosecco and a chocolate cake to be baked to exacting specifications, we jumped at the chance. We’re always up for a challenge and a new adventure, and were excited to be involved in such an innovative and exciting project.

We worked closely with the company director to ensure the food would work well as part of the play, and our talented local baker Barbara pulled out all the stops once again to ensure the knife prop stayed upright in the cake – an essential part of the plot!

It took three members of staff four hours every every day to deliver the food, walk up (what seemed like) thousands of steps to the Upper Church Space, organise the crockery and lay out all the food to an exacting specification.

But we did it, and we loved it!