A Civic Award for PJ taste Friend and Crafsman Ollie Allen

28th March 2018

Having nominated local lad Ollie Allen for a Civic Award for his brilliant carpentry work on the refurbishment of Upstairs@PJtaste it was great to witness this honour being granted by the Lord Major, Councillor Anne Murphy, this week.

Our appreciation of the great industrial heritage of Sheffield, going right back to early knife prodction, was raised during a fasinating talk by the Lord Major. This leagcy is being continued by many businesses in the region and its heartening to see the creativity of smaller artisan makers such as Ollie and his wife Jessica who is an award winning jeweler in her own right. PJ taste LLP is an award winning event caterer delivering delicious, seasonally inspired local food throughout Sheffield, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. Based at 54 Staniforth Road, Attercliffe, the business has a stylish 100 seat meeting, dining and event venue with the advantage of their highly experienced team on site. Call 0330 0431954 or ask@pjtaste.co.uk so we can develop a unique menu for your event. www.pjtaste.co.uk

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