Daylesford Cafe on the rooftop at Selfridges in London's Oxford Street. Photo courtesy of Selfridges.

Sprint has played a key role in creating a stunning rooftop cafe at Selfridges’ flagship store in London.

The Pershore company installed a bespoke stainless steel kitchen for Daylesford, who will be serving afternoon tea, light lunches and drinks at the store’s Big British Tea Party.

Offering ‘the highest tea on Oxford Street’ to coincide with the Diamond Jubilee and London Olympics, the terrace also features a bandstand hosting British artists and a crazy golf course surrounded by nearly 200 four metre high birch trees.

Running until September 2, the tea party is part of Selfridges’ Big British Bang, which celebrates the nation’s culture, history and tradition – from Mulberry handbags to Marmite!

Sprint managing director David Ryan said: “This is an amazing, once in a lifetime project and we were thrilled when Daylesford asked us to get involved.

“We faced a few challenges along the way but are delighted with the results. We had to ensure all of the equipment could fit in the lift before hauling it over a one metre high kitchen wall.

“Daylesford’s executive chef, John Hardwick, and his team can now look forward to spending a memorable summer cooking on the roof with a wonderful view of London.”

Richard Morris, Daylesford’s director of restaurants, added: “I have worked with David on many projects over the past 14 years. He is always reliable and flexible and delivers exactly what we want.”

Click here to view a video of the rooftop’s summer 2012 attractions which includes interviews with golf course designers Bompass and Parr and Jamie Mitchell from Daylesford.

The press release has appeared on seven Business Daily websites, the Catering Insight website and Midlands Business News and Find it in Worcestershire websites.