A welcoming hub for both locals and visitors, the Village Café is based next to St Oswald’s Church in the Hall. It’s a cheerful environment with a special children’s corner.
During term times it’s open three mornings a week: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9am – 12 noon, and is open during half-term too. And there’s free parking.
For more information about the Café contact Pippa at [email protected].
SOMETHING FOR EVERY TASTE
The café serves a selection of delicious fair-trade coffees, teas and hot chocolates, and a range of mouth-watering homemade cakes, scones and biscuits, lovingly prepared to a very high standard by our volunteers. Chocolate marble cake, lemon drizzle cake, feather-light sponges, gooey chocolate brownies, fruit, cherry and cheese scones. There are now 3 choices of delicious gluten free bakes and also a vegan chocolate brownie…there’s always something fresh to tempt every taste, every day! The café is the ideal venue for a morning break, in a relaxing setting with special space for both children and adults who want some time out
SO WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE CAFÉ
- Local police officers and police community support officers also call in on a frequent basis and enjoy a chat as well as aiming to help with any issues of law and order. Ask at the Cafe for the next dates when they are visiting
- Do you want to know more about local services? For more information about Healthwatch visit www.healthwatchyork.co.uk
- We have a monthly local Councillor’s surgery which meets in the café so ‘you can raise your local concerns’. Also OKAY-the local advocacy service- meets at the same time so help can be sought quickly.
- Regular groups that meet at the Village Cafe are the Health Walk Group (second Wednesday of every month) and Knit & Natter (second Thursday of every month) – you’re invited to join them too!
- Would you like a lift to the Café or someone to walk in with you? Call us and we will do all we can do to help. 01904 633280
Due to the latest Government advice, The Village Cafe is now closed to protect those we love.
We will re-open at some point but we have no idea when. We will be lead by Government advice.
Stay safe everyone – Keep in contact with one another – Contact us at St Oswald’s and we will help where we are able.
Keep washing those hands! We are praying for you all