Looking for something a little different? Then why not book Alice Moves!
Alice Moves is a mobile coffee, snacks and ice cream van based in Bath. We have our own high powered generator and entertainment system that allow us to cater for private events, parties, and festivals all across the South West.
It’s the same coffee, ice creams (including the alcoholic ones) and of course the music you get at Alice Park - but we come to you. And because we don’t do any hot food, we can compliment perfectly any hot dog, burger or other food vans!
So if you can’t come to Alice Park, just get in contact and we will come to you. We pride ourselves on the high quality drinks and service that you expect from Alice Park, and know that you'll be raving about us once you've experienced Alice Moves first hand.
2019 has been an exceptional first year for Alice Moves, and we are delighted to say that all of our contracts for this year have been rebooked already! Our pretty impressive client list includes the following:
We're available to hire for private parties, 'green room' services, film shoots, school fetes, community events, festivals, weddings, fireworks displays... or if you just fancy a decent coffee! You name the day, and we will be there.
The smart customised Mercedes Vito van is completely self-sufficient, carrying over 100 litres of purified water and a massive 8Kw generator. It's a real head turner, and if I can drive there, we can provide our services.
For larger events, we can now bring along Van2 - which means another marquee, tables, chairs and a barbeque! Now that's a true complete Alice Park Experience!
Bookings depend upon several factors and are therefore subject to discussion, however remember that not only can we compliment other food vans/stalls, but can also provide PA system/backline facilities and electricity supply.
All you need to do is call and get in touch, and let's add some funky magic to your event!
Please note that Alice Moves provides its own background music at all events
Here's exactly what you can book: