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  • Our industry leading Signature Plus Tablecloths reach an incredible milestone

    Our industry leading sustainable table linen Signature Plus has reached an incredible milestone, the REPREVE fibres used in the making of the fabric have been involved in recycling 10 billion bottles during manufacturing process.  To commemorate this milestone, Unifi, Inc. has announced the recipients of the inaugural REPREVE® Champions of Sustainability awards. These annual awards celebrate Unifi’s brand and textile partners around the world that share in its commitment to sustainability and vision for a better tomorrow.

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  • Reasons Why Signature Table Linen saves you money

    At Richard Haworth, we do far more for our clients than just sell them tablecloths and linens. Established in 1876, we have long been committed to helping our business associates grow and expand, and a recent study has confirmed that we do exactly that, by saving them up to £31,000 per year.

     

    This independent research showed that by taking advantage of our exceptional prices, a typical 500-room hotel could save more than £31,000 annually, just by using our table linens.How? Because of the quality and cleverness of our designs. Not only competitively costed, but also able to be washed at below average temperatures, those who use them can benefit from lower energy bills as well as reduced energy usage. Continue reading

  • How to wash & maintain Tablecloths fit for a restuarant

    A room full of tablecloth-covered tables in a restaurant really does signify a touch of class. Crisp tablecloths and napkins that are pristine and white gives an instant impression of a professional establishment and helps draw passing trade into a restaurant. Table linen of course can be expensive but this is one area when skimping on price is definitely not a good idea. High-quality tablecloths will last longer and will be easier to take care of than cheaper options. It is also important of course to treat your table linen carefully and make sure it is laundered properly. White tablecloths and napkins that look fine from a distance but reveal themselves to be grubby and stained upon closer inspection may persuade that restaurant's clientele to decide against making a return visit. Continue reading

  • Celebrate the Best of British with the new Table Linen collection

    Celebrate the Best of British in 2012 with the Richard Haworth British table linen collection. Developed to help hotels and restaurants celebrate the 2012 Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in style.

    The set – which is UK manufactured at Kearsley Mill, Lancashire – consists of a tablecloth and four runners. Matching napkins, table skirts, chair covers, bows and sashes are also available. For a more decorative look, attractive fan napkins (pictured) are also made on request. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth's guide to Easter featured in Essentially Catering

    With Mother's Day and Easter fast approaching, celebrate these occasions the right way with our guide to creating the perfect dining experience. The following article was featured in Essentially Catering."Even before customers have seen a menu, spoken to a waiter or ordered a drink, they see the tables. Raj Ruia, managing director at linen supplier Richard Haworth, advises on how to set the tone.Making customers feel special is a sure-fire way to ensure a first time diner turns into a repeat patron and a regular customer wants to return yet again. Tables that look inviting, luxe and clean, with crisp linens and neutral colour schemes, appeal to customers and immediately create an enjoyable atmosphere.For pubs or other dining venues that are unable to lay linen tablecloths, simply putting linen napkins in place settings adds a touch of class to an occasion and allows diners to feel special. Adding seasonal flowers, such as daffodils, to tables also enhances the feel and shows that you are going out of your way to make a special day even more special. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth supplies the Tory Party Conference

    Bolton-based linen supplier – Richard Haworth – is set to benefit from the £27.4million boon created for Manchester by the Conservative Party Conference.

    The party leaders, who are staying at The Midland Hotel from 2 to 5 October, will enjoy the restaurant’s new Richard Haworth Signature Plus linen. The tablecloths and napkins, which are used by top celebrity chefs Marco Pierre White and Antony Worrall Thompson, are made from 100 per cent texturised polyester with a unique cotton-feel, making them easy to launder to maintain a pristine appearance for longer. Continue reading

  • Late license for royal wedding weekend

    Encouraging tourism

    The royal wedding has already been touted as a great thing for British tourism. Millions are set to flock to the UK to join the celebrations, spelling good news for hotels, restaurants, and related trades such as providers of transport and hospitality supplies. Now, it seems those celebrations are being encouraged by the government, as MPs are set to permit late licenses for pubs and bars across the country. Prince William and Kate Middleton will tie the knot at Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29 2011. Continue reading

  • New BBC2 show seeks talented hotel and restaurant service staff

    The challenging job of service staff is finally being recognised in a new BBC2 show. Michel Roux's Service, beginning Wednesday 12th January 2011, will see eight newcomers to the industry competing for two places at the prestigious Academy of Food and Wine, to train as a Maitre D' and sommelier. The eight 17 to 24-year olds have never worked in a hotel or restaurant before, and are all currently looking for a career. Continue reading

  • What will we be eating in 2011?

    The year in food

    Just like fashion, interior design, and holiday trends, food can be influenced by trends too. Premium supermarket Waitrose has predicted ten of these food trends for 2011, based on existing market trends and general influences on public life. Continue reading

  • Cuts affect VisitLondon ahead of 2012 Olympics

    Promote London

    The mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced that the capital city's tourist board has survived the recent spending cuts. However, VisitLondon is set to be merged with two other bodies: Study London, specialising in marketing the city's universities to international students, and Think London, which aims to attract international investment. All three currently have contracts with the London Development Agency (LDA), which has a £480 million budget. As part of the government's spending review, the LDA is to be shut down and the three marketing bodies will become one, known as Promote London, on 1 April 2011. Continue reading

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