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Alliance in Partnership gains four renewed catering contracts
18/08/2011 - 23:00

The Chesham Grammar in Buckinghamshire, Dr Challoner’s Grammar School in Amersham, Hanley Castle High School in Worcester and Wye Valley School in Bourne End have all renewed its contracts with caterer Alliance in Partnership (AiP).

Chesham Grammar has signed up for two more years with AiP, expanding its 12 year relationship with the company, which holds the Bronze Food for Life Award.

AiP will be investing in brand new kitchen equipment at the school including a new pass through dishwasher, two upright freezers and a deep fat fryer. The fryer will only be in use on Fridays because deep fried food is highly restricted due to government nutritional guidelines.

Dr Challoner's Grammar School has signed a new £1.4m three- year contract to commence in September with a one year option to continue. The contractor is investing in the service and equipment heavily over the period of the contract to extensively improve the dining hall.

Meanwhile Hanley Castle High School will commence its new £450,000 three-year contract in September and AiP are investing in an external office storage area, new kitchen equipment and menu dishes.

And AiP are investing in new counters and display equipment at Wye Valley School.

AiP managing director David Weller said: "Retaining existing business is just as important as securing new clients and we value the relationships we have with our schools."