Cheltenham based PKL Group has begun the process of removing its temporary portable kitchens from Glastonbury. The UK's leading provider of temporary kitchens and commercial catering equipment for hire supplied the festival with catering facilities for back of house staff and organisers.
Installation of the kitchen units began on the 2nd June, with the final unit completed on the 20th June during the torrential rain. PKL begin removal of the units from Worthy Farm today, as past of the mass clean-up after the festival.
Says Lee Vines, Marketing Director at PKL, “It’s always an extra challenge when the weather isn’t on your side, but we’re used to handling torrential rain, heat, sand and even snow when installing our kitchen units! We supply a number of big events like Glastonbury each year – including backstage VIP catering for the Isle of Wight festival and kitchens at the Commonwealth and Beijing Olympic Games – so have a lot of experience in that area. With the muddy conditions at Glastonbury this year our team will be working hard to rescue our units and bring them back to Cheltenham!”