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Capital at risk
42
Est. Months
13.0%
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Capital at risk
Director guaranteed
Amount
£
You make
£
Minimum investment is £100
Total return
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Est. Monthly repayments
£

Long-established Cumbria Catering provide delicious, locally-sourced food for various events. They run Jacksons Butchers, a butcher shop with award-winning produce, handed down through four generations, and the Rooster Café, which serves wholesome, homemade food to Lake District visitors. With the money raised, Cumbria Catering will upgrade their facilities and increase their marketing.

Homemade food from our family to yours

Cumbria Catering has been in the family since 1885. Our director, Frank, comes from a long line of butchers, and his generations have built the brand to the success it is today. We offer catering services for a range of events from corporate to weddings, and make high-quality food for buffet or sit-down meals, including canapés, carveries, and even hog roasts. Based in the heart of Cumbria, we source all our ingredients locally and responsibly.

Further in our arsenal is Jacksons Butchers, a traditional butcher shop in Penrith that plays an historic part in our heritage, handed down through four generations of expert butchers. All meat is sourced from local farmers and goes to make our award-winning Cumberland sausages, along with prime joints and cuts, homemade pies, BBQ packs, and more. From here, we supply restaurants, bars, and hotels across the north of England. We also run the Rooster Café, based in the Lake District, and perfectly located off the M6 for travellers and coach parties. We serve delicious and fresh dishes, all made from scratch and with seasonal specials.

Our next step as a business is to upgrade our food preparation area through relocation and to purchase a pizza oven to open up a new method of cooking. We will therefore use the funds raised in this campaign to make this possible, and then to increase our marketing spend to draw in new customers.

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Revenueshare - product type
Maximum
£ 50k
Raised
£ 20k
Investors
148
Estimated close date
22d 2h

Where will the funds go?

Move food preparation area
£15,000
Purchase pizza oven
£10,000
Marketing
£10,000
Credit card consolidation
£12,000
Working capital
£3,000

Key people

Frank Richard Jackson
Director

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A. the loss occurred as with many new openings we staffed heavy to eventually find the right staff our staff levels have gone down now, we budgeted for this and that has gone to plan if you have sight of this years management figures from April 19 to January 19 our profits are 50k as predicted, we are well establish and have a great following. we will be cutting 30k a year wages with our new changes which will easy cover repayments. have a look at rooster grill on face book

A. hi Paul the low score was due to our loss last year which we budgeted for due to our new set up for the night time opening but if you have sight of this years management figures you will see up to the end of Jan we were showing a 50k profit after the accounts are submitted this should put our ratings back up

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Business brand

Penrith, UK

"Homemade food from our family to yours"

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Equifax score
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