We have an amazing opportunity for our local caterers to supply and promote local Welsh produce.


The Wales International Documentary Festival is coming to Blackwood on the 5th, 6th and 7th of April and require a local catering company to show of all that’s good about our local Welsh produce.
This is an amazing opportunity to showcase your company and the tasty Welsh produce you can supply, providing a buffet for three days and chance to provide some scrumptious canapes for the awards evening.

PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITY

Procurement / Supply Opportunity

Client: Wales International Documentary Festival

Goods: 5th, 6th and 7th April – Welsh / Local Produce buffet lunch for 20 people

7th April – Welsh / Local Produce evening buffet for awards night (canape’s)

Buffets to be supplied and delivered to Blackwood Miners’ Institute, Blackwood.

If you would like to express your interest in catering for this international event, please reply by email to Kevin Eadon-Davies at eadonk@caerphilly.gov.uk or call 01443 838632 to discuss. Priority will be given to those that demonstrate the use of local (Caerphilly and Blaenau Gwent Counties or within 20 miles of Blackwood), quality and innovative ingredients.

Background

Over three days, Wales International Documentary Film Festival draws independent filmmakers, industry experts and international audiences to Blackwood, Wales.

The festival screens over 50 of the year’s best documentary films, hosts networking events, masterclasses, training programmes and celebrates the best in documentary film making over the last year.

This year, in a new joint initiative with Cwm a Mynydd, WIDF are looking to work with local producers to really give their guests, filmmakers and visitors a feast for the belly as well as for the eyes. All from the beautiful Valleys of course.

  

 

 
Welsh cheeses photo by Kai Chan Vong .
Gorwydd Caerphilly cheese photo by Tenaya Darlington .
Welsh cakes photo by zingyyellow…! .