Festive lunch served outdoors to St Neots business
- Credit: Cambridge Precision Ltd
A festive lunch was served outdoors to a St Neots business by the head chef that operates at Wyboston Lakes.
Cambridge Precision Ltd (CPL) a digital manufacturing company, were still able to have the chance to get together to celebrate Christmas in their CPL’s workforce bubbles, for nuggets and chips outside and a non-alcoholic toast to a brighter new year for all.
Not quite a full turkey roast but the team were delighted with their festive lunch, served outdoors from a shed which resembled an empty stable, decorated with tinsel and lights to add a little bit of cheer!
Richard Bye, founder and Head Chef who normally operates in Wyboston Lakes, has stepped up to the challenge and designed a Covid-compliant solution, of a Lakeside Kitchen and Bar.
Being no stranger to outside catering he brought Christmas to CPL’s premises at Alington Road, with Santa’s pop-up kitchen.
Richard was delighted to help and said: “2020 has not been easy for anyone, but Christmas is a time to acknowledge what you have and to be grateful for that.
“Being able to help the team out at CPL is a pleasure, and knowing that they have contributed to the UK’s pandemic response, I think they all deserve a festive snack and a little bit of down-time.”
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Tony Murray, a sales and business support team manager said: “We could not be prouder of our team, who have adapted how they work, put in extra hours, and given their all, and we wanted to somehow celebrate Christmas with them … but of course nothing is simple these days!”