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Golden Hill Social Club seeks catering partners

The Keith Milsom Pavilion at Golden Hill Sports has a fantastic function room (with a fully licensed bar) that we are fortunate enough to be able to hire out for various uses, providing us with an additional revenue stream that helps us further our goal of providing excellent sporting facilities to the local community.

Our regular bookings include various fitness, dance and art classes. Still, the space is also popular with those needing a venue for anniversaries, birthday parties, networking events, training sessions and even wakes.

One of the questions we are most frequently asked is whether we can provide food service or recommend local caterers/bakers for the events people are looking to hire our venue for.

As we do not have the expertise or capacity to provide food for such events, we now seek local partners so that we can help prospective venue hirers find suppliers for their events and facilitate contact.

Whether you specialise in corporate catering for board meetings, conferences and product launches, or perhaps your focus is on buffet catering and social event catering or even food truck catering, please get in touch if you would like to be included.

We would also love to hear from talented local bakers, as many of the events at the Keith Milsom Pavilion require cakes and other sweet treats!

If you would like us to include your details in the directory we will share with our hirers, please drop a line to

We would appreciate it if you could include the following information:

  • Name

  • Contact details (e-mail address and/or telephone number)

  • Type of catering offered

  • Website and/or social media handles

Please also feel free to include any other information you consider relevant! We look forward to hearing from you!

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