The BBC’s catering provider Servest is spicing up Christmas with a Christmas market at Media Village in London and festive treats in the cafes.
BBC staff and the public are warmly invited to enjoy Bavarian sausages, spiced punch, homemade Christmas puddings and other festive treats at the Christmas market, which is taking place outside Media Village in London W12 on Wednesday, 17th December from 11-3pm. There will also be pop-up shops, including Neal’s Yard, Book People, Distriboutique, Oil & Vinegar, Bonita Candles and Benefit Cosmetics, for those last-minute stocking fillers.
Servest will be serving up festive dishes in the catering outlets including a traditional Christmas roast with all the trimmings. There will also be mince pies aplenty and even a Christmas tree with dried chillies and oranges and cinnamon sticks at Media Village, to spice things up.
John Hamill, Director of Catering at Servest, said: “Servest is absolutely delighted to be arranging a Christmas market at the BBC’s Media Village and to be serving up festive dishes in the cafes. Everyone is warmly invited to come along to the market and enjoy a spiced punch or two while getting those last-minute stocking fillers in. Happy Christmas everyone!”