We are bringing our Covert dining to an exciting new venue in central London.
The Battersea Design Works is the brainchild of serial entrepreneur Alastair Jessel (Formerly Taywell Ice Cream) He has recently just opened a new Co- Working space on Battersea Park Road where a former stone shop has been converted to house 30 work stations for those wishing to have all the trappings of an office without the financial hassle of office rents etc.
The space has everything you could want plus as an added bonus a beautiful Mediterranean style garden to the rear where we will be cooking up a large pan of freshly cooked Paella serve up a welcome glass of Sangria and finish the whole thing off with some fresh English Strawberries and cream.
All are welcome to attend this special one off night to see whats on offer and maybe even do a spot of Networking with like minded co workers?
To book this event all you need to do is head on over to their website to reserve your places. Bring a friend or two as well and lets make it a real party atmosphere…
Battersea Design Works Thursday 6th June 18:30 – 20:30
To Book your places please go directly via this link
Well this initiative by the “Popes of TW” is a really simple and great idea. Nick & Ingrid saw something similar whilst on holiday in the US and thought it would translate well to the their local community in Tunbridge Wells.
The have tirelessly put together a simple website where an “X” marks the sellers pitches and allowed now some 100 plus to easily sign up and take part. They have both leaflet dropped the town and distributed some 10,000 of them to spread the word and now with just a few days to go there is much excitement and anticipation.
I felt I somehow had to take part in this and am pleased to say I will be joining up with a couple of pals on their pitch at TN1 1JP where I will rock up with my paella kit and cook a fresh big pan of the stuff and serve up to anyone who fancies a refuel whilst they browse the assorted sellers stalls.
The pan holds circa 40 portions so it will be very much a first come first served situation and all profits from the sales will be donated to local charities. I will even take payment with a credit card if you have used up all your cash on other sellers stalls so no excuses on not selling out.
Lets hope the weather stays fine and warm and this will become very much an annual community event for the town. Well done to Ingrid & Nick for such sterling work… now just form an orderly queue for your paellas!