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Greenwich co-op cater as former EMI factory opens as designer canteen
HOW does a wedding or even just lunch in a disused factory sound?
Well, what if it is the former EMI factory – where records by the likes of the The Beatles were pressed and shipped – and it has been transformed by a multi award-winning artist and designer and the food is healthy, sustainable and local?
Now that’s more like music to the ears.
The Vinyl Canteen at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, Middlesex, was designed by Morag Myerscough and is catered by the Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency, which is determined to make the menu healthy and sustainable.
The venue has just been opened to the public for lunches and parties and has been granted a licence to hold wedding ceremonies. Venue hire costs £2,500.
GCDA director Claire Pritchard said: “The Vinyl Canteen site will offer a very individual and special full wedding experience at unbeatable prices, in a breathtaking modern setting, that has won awards for its unique, contemporary and modern design.”
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