About Newfields Catering Services

Based in Lancaster, Newfields Catering Services has been established since 1986 and is run under the personal supervision of David Dunderdale and his wife Michelle. David and Michelle’s many years of experience in the catering industry are reflected in his meticulous planning and delivery of the finest cuisine to the tables of wedding parties and event guests throughout the northwest.

Whether you are planning a intimate wedding reception for 20 people or a Christmas party for 200 guests, we have the experience and expertise to cater for your needs. There are a wide variety of menus available including canapes and finger food, cold and hot buffets, bbqs, hog roasts, sharing boards and the more formal three course meals. Our chefs are able to tailor these to suit your requirements and preferences. Sourcing local, seasonal produce plays a key role in our menus. Starters incorporating Morecambe Bay’s most famous potted shrimps or locally smoked duck, main courses of fell bred beef and lamb together with a wide variety of vegetarian dishes, are readily available.

Newfields CateringServices can put together a package to look after guests from the moment they arrive at your venue until the end of the day, providing linen, cutlery, crockery, glassware. cake stands and cake knife, together with a team of friendly and courteous staff who will look after your every need during the reception.

By specialising in weddings they have the experience of catering in a variety of venues from local village halls to lawn marquees, and locally at a number of Lancaster’s most prominent landmarks including the Town Hall and the Ashton Memorial.

Staff are available to serve drinks supplied by the wedding party or provide a drinks package. Furthermore a bar service can be arranged with a personal licence holder onsite if required.

Importantly David and his team will liaise with all other suppliers involved, for example the marquee, florist ,cake supplier and band, to help make your special day run smoothly .