The catering operation at the River & Rowing Museum in Henley will transfer to new management in early September.
The Museum and the Wild Fork Café have mutually agreed to end their partnership with effect from the today, 5 September 2017.
The Museum Café will be closed yesterday (Monday 4 September) to allow the Museum’s new partner Leafi Ltd to update the café space ready to re-open to the public on Friday 8 September.
The Wild Fork, based in West Berkshire, have chosen to re-focus on their successful wedding and event business. Oliver Shute, Director of Wild Fork: “We have really enjoyed working with the team at the Museum, and wish them well in their new relationship with Leafi.”
Leafi are a respected independent catering company with cafés and restaurants at prestigious cultural venues including The Courtauld Gallery, the Turner Contemporary Gallery and St. John’s Smith Square. They source their ingredients from small, local suppliers and all of their menus are cooked using seasonal ingredients on site.
Ludo Keston, Director, River & Rowing Museum: “We are confident that our visitors will enjoy the service provided by our new partners Leafi, and are very much looking forward to working with their team. We wish The Wild Fork well in the future, and thank them for the time and energy that they gave to their venture at the Museum.”