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One of the focal points at any wedding, party or corporate event tends to be the bar area. Enjoying a drink, whether its a beer, wine or something non alcoholic, is one of life’s great pleasures. We offer a range of bar services in Salford , including small draught beer bars, fully stocked mobile bars or in depth bar management suitable for short and long term events.
Can you afford to take the chance on using second rate services at your event, bars stocked with cheap generic drinks rather than recognised brands, bottles instead of real draught beers and sloppy inexperienced serving staff can all combine to ruin the service provided, and if the bar you have hired is for a wedding or important company launch event you would be unlikely to get a second chance to put things right.
We offer a range of branded drinks including Smirnoff, Bells, Southern Comfort and others, this extends to our soft drinks and wines, red and white are kept at different temperatures, mixers are quality beverages such as Coca Cola and its equivalent, not some unknown syrup mixture.
We have a range of bars specially designed to accept corporate branding. They are constructed of quality aluminium laminates on a steel frame, and can be colour matched to your brand, add your logo and graphics and allow our bar staff to wear branded work wear and you have a ready made solution for a launch party or exhibition.
In addition to providing your bar services, we can supply glassware, or disposable glasses depending on your requirements, experienced staff, personal alcohol licence holder and a clean up service after the event, we will even apply for a temporary events notice to meet your legal obligations.
The earliest known evidence of human activity in what is now Salford is provided by the Neolithic flint arrow-heads and workings discovered on Kersal Moor and the River Irwell, suggesting that that the area was inhabited 7–10,000 years ago. The raw material for such tools was scarce and unsuitable for working, and as a result they are not of the quality found elsewhere.
Other finds include a neolithic axe-hammer found near Mode Wheel, during the excavation of the Manchester Ship Canal in 1890, and a Bronze Age cremation urn during the construction of a road on the Broughton Hall estate in 1873.