Sustainability

  • By using the freshest, best-quality ingredients sourced responsibly from local suppliers, we are creating a better experience for our customers, the community, and the environment.

  • OUR PLEDGES

    We are ensuring sustainability is at the heart of our business, with a series of sustainability pledges across our iconic and exclusive restaurants, bars and events venues.

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  • BEST INGREDIENTS

    We have pledged to buy the best ingredients available, working with British farmers to ensure that up to 90% of all seasonal fruit and vegetables used in the menus is grown in the UK.

  • SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

    Our sustainable practices pledges include an assurance to reduce the use of plastic, switching to metal cutlery, china crockery and glassware for food consumed in our cafes. Where disposable packaging is unavoidable, it will be minimised and aligned with the company’s strict waste management protocols. Furthermore, we have also completely eliminated the use of plastic straws across all our venues and events.

  • BEST PEOPLE

    Matthew Thomas, Managing Director, says, “Our aim is to recruit and retain the best industry professionals by providing competitive pay, as well as an excellent and safe working environment.”

  • Sustainable Coffee Partnership

    We have partnered with Extract Coffee Roasters, a sustainable roaster in Bristol. Each batch is 100% speciality-grade Arabica coffee, roasted and checked by hand to ensure consistent flavour for every customer.

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  • DRAPPIER CHAMPAGNE PARTNERSHIP

    We have partnered up with the sustainable Champagne house Drappier to deliver their premium-quality Carte D’Or Brut NV across all of our events. In 2016 Drappier became the first and only carbon neutral Champagne house.

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  • Freedom Brewery Partnership

    We are proud to serve Freedom Brewery beers at our sites. All beers are vegan-certified.

     

    Freedom Brewery has an energy efficient Brewhouse.

     

    All water used in the brewing process and within the brewery is recycled through a natural anaerobic digestion reed bed system where it is filtered and empties back into the local river system.

  • Freedom Brewery is the only recommended beer of the Sustainable Restaurant Association

     

    “Freedom Brewery is one of Britain’s most sustainable and largest independent beer makers, and as such we’re proud to recommend them to SRA members.”

    – The SRA

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  • Searcys KeepCups

    As part of our goal to reduce use of plastic, we have introduced KeepCups at our cafes, offering visitors a free coffee if they purchase one of our KeepCups.

     

    KeepCup is a sustainable alternative to disposable cups, designed for better coffee on the go. There is enough plastic in 20 disposable cups and lids to make 1 KeepCup.

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