Sidcup business Stoneham exhibiting at Buckingham Palace

PUBLISHED: 13:21 05 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:21 05 April 2013

L-r: sales director Howard Stoneham and managing director Adrian Stoneham

L-r: sales director Howard Stoneham and managing director Adrian Stoneham


Sidcup business Stoneham will be one of 200 organisations exhibiting at the Coronation Festival this summer.

The Footscray-based company, which builds bespoke kitchens, holds a Royal Warrant for the event from July 11 to 14 because they have been supplying goods or services to royal households, including the Queen’s, for more than five years.

The festival marks 60 years since Queen Elizabeth’s coronation in 1953.

Managing director Adrian Stoneham said: “We’re thrilled to be taking part in such a prestigious event.

“As a family company, we’re not a business that’s about being here today, gone tomorrow. We take a long-term view, and this festival is a great opportunity to join other businesses that share our ethos of quality and innovation.”

The Coronation Festival will also be the launch of Stoneham Kitchens’ own anniversary celebrations, as the company turns 150 next year.

It is open to members of the public with an expected 60,000 visitors in total. For more information visit

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