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Provision of Catering, Bars & Cafe Services

The MAC | Published December 11, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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Provision of Catering, Bars & Cafe Services

UCAM 108/13Provision of Cafe services at the Cambridge University Sports Centre.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published April 4, 2014
Winner
Café Services for University Sports Centre Origin8 Deli-Cafes LtdManor Farm, Manor Road, SuttonPeterborough PE5 7XG
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55330000

Suppliers are invited to tender for a concession to provide cafe services at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre. This is a new agreement as the building is a new build. The concession is expected to run for a minimum of 3 years with a start date of 1.4.2014.

UCAM 108/13Provision of Cafe services at the Cambridge University Sports Centre.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published December 28, 2013  -  Deadline February 7, 2014
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55330000

Suppliers are invited to tender for a concession to provide cafe services at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre. This is a new agreement as the building is a new build. The concession is expected to run for a minimum of 3 years with a start date of 1.4.2014.

Cafe Services to Kettle's Yard

Kettle's Yard | Published June 17, 2017  -  Deadline July 16, 2017
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55510000, 55520000

1.1 Kettle’s Yard is a unique space in Cambridge. It is a House and an art gallery, founded in 1957 by the first modern art curator of the Tate Gallery, Jim Ede, who brought his private collection to Cambridge to be enjoyed by new audiences, including the thriving student population.

Every afternoon Jim opened his house so that visitors could be introduced to modern art in a home rather than a museum. His idea was that art was too important to be left to special occasions and should be a part of everyone’s daily life. What he created was a place of welcome, beautiful daylight and calm, where visitors can sit in an armchair and reflect, or take a book off a shelf and read. Jim’s original vision was to introduce people to the art of their time in a comfortable environment. This vision is upheld today with free access to the house, and a programme of contemporary and modern art exhibitions, as well as extensive music and educational programmes. We intend the café to reflect this legacy and enhance the visitor experience.

Kettle’s Yard is expanding, adding to the original buildings two exhibition galleries, a four-story education wing, a new shop and café. Visitors to the house and galleries are expected in the region of 95,000 each year (there were an average of 70,000 per year prior to the development).

We are currently seeking a contractor that will be able to provide both nourishment for visitors as well as the welcome described above. We would hope that the café becomes an attraction in its own right, which would lead visitors into the gallery as much as the gallery takes them to the café. We are looking for simple, tasty and fresh food with the emphasis on simplicity and quality. Ideally this would include cold and hot food, cake, coffee and teas, lunch, and occasionally an early dinner but we are open to additional opportunities.

It is expected that as a primary face of Kettle’s Yard, the operator will provide a welcoming, excellent service that enhances the reputation of Kettle’s Yard and does nothing to harm it. The operator will be a partner to Kettle’s Yard, growing their businesses in a harmonious way. The intention is that the operator provides a competitive offer both in quality and value to the high street but these needs also to be a bespoke offering with the ambition that the hospitality on offer is the equivalent of the artistic standards set by the organization. Although this will be a museum resource we also see it as a public café that will attract new visitors. Kettle’s Yard will promote the café to its well-developed email list, on the website and in print.

Opening Hours
The galleries are open to the public from 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Sunday, but the café can open earlier, and on Monday if desired. There will be opportunities for the café to run special events. Kettle’s Yard runs regular concerts during term time, both at lunchtime and in the evenings. which might benefit the café. Kettle’s Yard intends to build up a venue hire business leading to catering opportunities as well as its own internal events, some of which require catering. We would hope that the operator would be able to provide catering for these events.

Facilities
The facilities include a small kitchen which will be fitted out with basic kitchen equipment (See Appendix 1). As this is a new venture the operator will be able to have some input into the choice of equipment subject to space and budget. The café and kitchen space will remain in joint control of the operator and Kettle’s Yard. Kettle’s Yard will wish to use the café space occasionally for events, and the kitchen for outside catering if the operator cannot provide what is required. This joint usage is not intended to interfere with the running of the café business but will be by negotiation.

There is a small store room next to the kitchen which is exclusive to the café operator.

The proposed layout for the café (see Appendix 2) assumes a service counter and seating for 26. A contractor might propose to provide a service from the kitchen rather than from a counter. We are willing to consider a variety of options of service as the café furniture has not yet been purchased. We are keen to provide a layout that suits the needs of the café.

Kettle’s Yard has a small garden opposite the café where some garden seating will be provided. In addition, there is a courtyard near the front door. This can be accessed via a large window/door which opens the café to the courtyard, creating extra seating on warm days

UCAM 017/17 — Cafe Services for Kettle's Yard.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published June 20, 2017
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55520000

The contract period is from February 2018 to February 2021 with an option to extend for further periods up to February 2023. The successful supplier will be required to sign a lease for the Café kitchen and Café store. An indicative lease will be provided during the tender process. II.1.6) Information about lots This contract is divided into lots: No II.2) Description II.2.2) Additional CPV code(s) 55510000 55330000 II.2.3) Place of performance NUTS code: UKH1 Main site or place of performance: Cambridge. II.2.4) Description of the procurement 1.1 Kettle's Yard is a unique space in Cambridge. It is a House and an art gallery, founded in 1957 by the first modern art curator of the Tate Gallery, Jim Ede, who brought his private collection to Cambridge to be enjoyed by new audiences, including the thriving student population. Kettle's Yard is expanding, adding to the original buildings two exhibition galleries, a 4-story education wing, a new shop and café. Visitors to the house and galleries are expected in the region of 95 000 each year (there were an average of 70 000 per year prior to the development). We are currently seeking a contractor that will be able to provide both nourishment for visitors as well as the welcome described above. We would hope that the café becomes an attraction in its own right, which would lead visitors into the gallery as much as the gallery takes them to the café. We are looking for simple, tasty and fresh food with the emphasis on simplicity and quality. Ideally this would include cold and hot food, cake, coffee and teas, lunch, and occasionally an early dinner but we are open to additional opportunities. It is expected that as a primary face of Kettle's Yard, the operator will provide a welcoming, excellent service that enhances the reputation of Kettle's Yard and does nothing to harm it. The operator will be a partner to Kettle's Yard, growing their businesses in a harmonious way. The intention is that the operator provides a competitive offer both in quality and value to the high street but these needs also to be a bespoke offering with the ambition that the hospitality on offer is the equivalent of the artistic standards set by the organization. Although this will be a museum resource we also see it as a public café that will attract new visitors. Kettle's Yard will promote the café to its well-developed email list, on the website and in print. Opening Hours The galleries are open to the public from 11:00 to 17:00, Tuesday through Sunday, but the café can open earlier, and on Monday if desired. There will be opportunities for the café to run special events. Kettle's Yard runs regular concerts during term time, both at lunchtime and in the evenings. which might benefit the café. Kettle's Yard intends to build up a venue hire business leading to catering opportunities as well as its own internal events, some of which require catering. We would hope that the operator would be able to provide catering for these events. II.2.5) Award criteria Price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents II.2.7) Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system Duration in months: 60 This contract is subject to renewal: Yes Description of renewals: There is an option to extend for further periods up to February 2023. II.2.9) Information about the limits on the number of candidates to be invited II.2.10) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: Yes II.2.11) Information about options Options: No II.2.13) Information about European Union funds The procurement is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: No Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Description IV.1.1) Type of procedure Open procedure IV.1.8) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The procurement is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement: No IV.2) Administrative information IV.2.2) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate Date: 17/07/2017 Local time: 12:00 IV.2.4) Languages in which tenders or requests to participate may be submitted EN IV.2.7) Conditions for opening of tenders Date: 17/07/2017 Local time: 12:00 Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: No VI.3) Additional information General Information and Instructions 1.1 The University of Cambridge is not a public body within the meaning of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council) and is not subject to the European procurement legislation. Where the University advertises contracts in the Official Journal of the European Union, it does so on a voluntary basis and does not undertake any obligation to comply with the procurement legislation. The University reserves its rights in full to adapt or step outside the procedures in the procurement legislation as the University considers necessary. 1.2 The University reserves the right to accept any part of any tender. Information about the tender process to be followed does not amount to a legally binding offer by the University to follow the process so described. The University reserves the right not to follow or to modify the procedures as the University considers necessary. 1.3 Tenders shall be submitted in accordance with and subject to the terms of these Instructions. Tenders not complying with any mandatory requirement (indicated by the word ‘shall’ or ‘must’) may be rejected by the University acting in its sole discretion. VI.4) Procedures for review VI.4.1) Review body The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Cambridge Procurement Services, 1st Floor South, Greenwich House, Madingley Rise Cambridge CB3 0TX UK VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice 16/06/2017 Information added to the notice since publication. Additional information added to the notice since it's publication. No further information has been uploaded. Main Contact: purchasing.intend@admin.cam.ac.uk Admin Contact: N/a Technical Contact: N/a Other Contact: N/a Commodity Categories Commodity Categories IDTitleParent Category 55330000Cafeteria servicesRestaurant and food-serving services 55510000Canteen servicesCanteen and catering services 55520000Catering servicesCanteen and catering services Delivery Locations Delivery Locations IDDescription 100UK - All Alert Region Restrictions The buyer has restricted the alert for this notice to suppliers based in the following regions. 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ESCC JS Provision of Cafe Services as Seaford Library

East Sussex County Council | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 21, 2016
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92511000, 55330000

East Sussex County Council invites Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified companies interested in the operation and management of a destination Café situated within the new Seaford Library in Seaford Town Centre. The café will offer high quality prepared food and drinks and run as a stand alone business with the possibility of offering catering services to meetings and other functions within the same location. East Sussex County Council encourages applications from charities and social enterprises.

Cafe Services

Pensions Regulator | Published September 6, 2013  -  Deadline October 2, 2013
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55400000, 55330000

The Pensions Regulator is inviting bids by suitably qualified Contractors to provide a catering service in Napier House under a lease agreement for a period of 3 years with the potential to extend for a further period of 2 x 1 year periods from 1st January 2014. TPR are looking for Contractor to : • Run an on site cafe service which offers suitable café snacks, cakes, sandwiches, soft drinks, coffees and teas on a value for money basis • Run a quality catering outlet • Provide good quality, well produced food • Provide a selection of hot and cold snacks • Provide a selection of cake and desserts, preferably homemade • Provide a superior beverage offer • Provide a sustainable and fair trade offer where possible with limited environmental impact • Present innovative solutions to fit the Regulator’s requirements. • Provide individually priced items enabling a choice for customers This opportunity will be provided as a nil subsidy service concession. As a result no money will be provided by TPR to the successful Contractor. The design of this tender process is to allow Contractors to advise on products and pricing models that they feel would fit the market at TPR, whilst ensuring the Contractor maximises the income generating potential of the operation.

Cafe Services

Pensions Regulator | Published September 11, 2013  -  Deadline September 25, 2013
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55400000, 55330000

The Pensions Regulator is inviting bids by suitably qualified Contractors to provide a catering service in Napier House under a lease agreement for a period of 3 years with the potential to extend for a further period of 2 x 1 year periods from 1st January 2014. TPR are looking for Contractor to : • Run an on site cafe service which offers suitable café snacks, cakes, sandwiches, soft drinks, coffees and teas on a value for money basis • Run a quality catering outlet • Provide good quality, well produced food • Provide a selection of hot and cold snacks • Provide a selection of cake and desserts, preferably homemade • Provide a superior beverage offer • Provide a sustainable and fair trade offer where possible with limited environmental impact • Present innovative solutions to fit the Regulator’s requirements. • Provide individually priced items enabling a choice for customers This opportunity will be provided as a nil subsidy service concession. As a result no money will be provided by TPR to the successful Contractor. The design of this tender process is to allow Contractors to advise on products and pricing models that they feel would fit the market at TPR, whilst ensuring the Contractor maximises the income generating potential of the operation.

UCAM 054/12 provision of cafe services at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published November 16, 2012  -  Deadline January 18, 2013
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55330000

Suppliers are invited to tender for a concession to provide cafe services at the University of Cambridge Botanic Garden. The Cambridge University Botanic Garden receives over 200 000 visitors a year. The current agreement to operate the cafe will end on 31.3.2013 and the Garden is tendering the contract with effect from 1.4.2013. The cafe (90 indoor seats and 116 outside seats) is run from the kitchen in the Gardens Gilmour Suite of the Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University Building. Suppliers are asked to note that the cafe kitchen has limited food preparation and storage facilities.

GPSS RTE - Provision of Cafe Services.

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 14, 2014  -  Deadline June 16, 2014
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55400000, 45212500, 51510000, 51542200, 55400000, 45212500, 51510000, 51542200, 55400000, 45212500, 51510000, 51542200

The Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest hospital trusts in the country and provides high quality acute elective and specialist care for a population of more than 612,000 people. Both Blue Spa Restaurant and Glass House Café are at Cheltenham General Hospital. We want to create a distinction between Blue Spa Restaurant which is aimed mainly at Staff Customers, and Glasshouse Café which we will aim at Visitors and staff who wish to have the coffee shop experience. Blue Spa Restaurant: Provision for two coffee machines and ingredients. – Serving approx 650 hot drinks per week. Glasshouse café: A complete design, build and installation service including the counters, to create a bespoke coffee shop, where catering staff will make the coffees for the customer. To include ingredients the Glasshouse Café currently is serving approximately 1100 hot drinks per week The Trust requires a solution to the provision of tea in both the Blue Spa Restaurant and Glasshouse Café facilities Government Buying Standards state that minimum 50 % of tea and coffee must be fairly traded products. Lot 1: Design, build and installation of a bespoke in-house coffee shop with associated ingredients and branded package. Lot 2: Supply of coffee machines and associated ingredients.

ESCC JS Provision of Cafe Services as Seaford Library

SE Shared Services | Published September 8, 2016  -  Deadline September 22, 2016
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92511000

East Sussex County Council invites Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified companies interested in the operation and management of a destination Café situated within the new Seaford Library in Seaford Town Centre. The café will offer high quality prepared food and drinks and run as a stand alone business with the possibility of offering catering services to meetings and other functions within the same location. East Sussex County Council encourages applications from charities and social enterprises.

Catering Services.

Transport for London | Published April 25, 2015
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55500000, 55520000

Catering and hospitality services for GLA premises principally City Hall and Trafalgar Square commencing August 2016. The contract will include the provision of cafe services, marketing of City Hall venues for events and hospitality for GLA hosted meetings and external third party events.

Contract to Operate Cafe Services at the Bowling Pavilion, Moor Park, Preston

Preston City Council | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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111000, 111311

Preston City Council is inviting tenders from suitably qualified companies for the provision of café services at the Bowling Pavilion, Moor Park, Preston. The successful bidder will be expected to provide services in accordance with the requirements of the attached documents.

Cafe Service Provision at Harris Museum Preston

Preston City Council | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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111000

Preston City Council is keen to appoint a suitable provider to manage the existing café in the Harris, and provide a food and drink offer in the building for the medium term (starting in the spring of 2017 for a trial period of 12 months with a possible extension until the end of March 2020).

Dementia Navigators and Dementia Cafe Service for Birmingham

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS | Published May 9, 2018  -  Deadline June 7, 2018
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85000000

***ADVERT IS FOR A MARKET ENGAGEMENT EVENT ONLY*** Birmingham and Solihull CCG and Sandwell & West Birmingham CCG are holding a market engagement event for a Dementia Navigator Service. The service will provide Dementia advisors and support workers for people suffering with Dementia across the Birmingham footprint of the participating CCGs. For the avoidance of doubt, the Sandwell and Solihull areas will not be included in this procurement. The service will provide timely information, advice and support to individuals and their families, friends or carers throughout their journey with dementia, enabling them to live well as long as possible. This will include people who are worried about their memory, individuals newly diagnosed and those who have been living with dementia for some time but who could benefit from support. In addition to the Dementia Navigator Service, the CCGs will be looking to procure a Dementia Cafe service. Carers will usually attend Dementia and Activity Cafes as well as people with dementia and for many people with dementia and their carers they provide valuable social opportunities, access to specialist information and advice, and peer support as well as respite for carers. The market engagement event will look to provide information on the service and to seek feedback from the market regarding the service specification, including the opportunity for organisations to raise questions with Commissioners regarding how they envisage the service being shaped going forward. The event will also offer the opportunity for interested parties to be briefed on the proposed procurement vehicle. In particular, Commissioners are keen to hear from the market as to whether they feel the Dementia navigator and Dementia Cafe service should be procured together as a single service, under a single procurement vehicle in lots or as two separate procurements. The event will also allow providers to gain insight into what is expected from them in preparing a tender. The market engagement event will be held on 8th June between 10am and 12 noon. Details of the venue can be found when booking a place at the event via Eventbrite by following this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dementia-navigator-service-market-engagement-tickets-43095067507.
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