Admiral’s Graham impresses Formula 1 Director
It’s always a joy to receive glowing feedback from happy clients, especially when it’s about one of our team.
Steven Saunders wrote to us recently to extol the virtues of Graham, a much valued team member who is working on Steven’s property – and we quote,
“Seldom do people say thank you…so I just wanted to email my thanks and congratulations to Graham who has worked on my property over the last couple of weeks. He is just an amazing guy, gets on with the work and completes it so neatly and without fuss…all by himself! Truly amazing…and hardly any mess or noise. There are surely not many builders on the planet like Graham. I was delighted to have him working on my project and very impressed with his skilled work.”
You might well recognise Steven’s name as he is a well-known and respected chef from this area having became Britain’s youngest ever chef/patron – a unique achievement. He opened the Pink Geranium restaurant in Melbourn, near Cambridge, in 1986 and rapidly won a Michelin star and three AA Rosettes.
More success followed his acquisition of the Sheene Mill Hotel and restaurant, also in Melbourn, which was judged by Conde Nast magazine to be the most fashionable restaurant outside London.
Now, as Creative Director for Forumla 1 Management with the Aspire Group, he is putting his passion into delivering top restaurant-quality food and service at some of the world’s most exciting venues including Silverstone and the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi.
There again, you might well have seen him on television including ‘Ready Steady Cook’, ‘Good Morning’ and his own Channel 4 show, ‘Here’s One I Made Earlier’. He hosted his own BBC programme on Cambridge radio for a decade, has written 10 best-selling cookery books and contributes to national publications. Phew!
And what’s more, he’s the kind of man who takes the time out to write and praise someone when a job is well done. Thank you from all the team at Admiral Homespace but particularly Graham and MD, Steve Thorogood.
If you would like to find out more about Steven and his work, visit his website here.
Published October 18, 2012