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Dreamland Margate joins Levy UK + Ireland portfolio

Commencing this month, Levy UK + Ireland partners, KERB and Peppermint, are taking charge of food and beverage operations at seaside amusement park, Dreamland Margate, on the Kent coast.

The one-stop shop of culture, food and festival fun will benefit from a food and drink overhaul when street food giant, KERB, assume responsibility of feeding the seaside venue’s visitors. KERB will support and grow the local traders already working at Dreamland Margate as well as bringing in more food talent.

Peppermint will be the event and concert bar operator at Dreamland Margate which this year welcomed 25+ artists. The premium bar solutions experts will be imparting over 20 years’ experience running bars at 40+ events every summer. Peppermint’s relationship with Dreamland’s CEO, Eddie Kemsley goes back to 2003 when the award-winning bar company was founded.

Dreamland Margate’s outdoor summer season runs from spring through to the end of summer, then a diverse calendar of indoor concerts and events runs throughout the winter months. The venue is also available for private and corporate event bookings all-year-round and any food and beverage requirements will be maintained by Levy UK + Ireland and its partners.

Both KERB and Peppermint share a mutual commitment to support the local community in Margate to ensure job opportunities are filled with local talent and regional suppliers are cultivated and fostered.

Commenting on the new partnership, Eddie Kemsley, CEO, Dreamland Margate said: “We are all delighted to be teaming up with Levy UK + Ireland partners, KERB and Peppermint. This partnership will take our food and drink offer to the next level, providing all our visitors, corporate guests, and event goers with an even more eclectic and diverse range of choices. We can’t wait to get this party started!”

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