6:30 AM Might 15, 2022
A Suffolk hospice has unveiled its new espresso store in Stowmarket – which will increase very important money for the charity.
St Elizabeth Hospice officially opened Moments Coffee Shop on May possibly 11, changing the former Tall Orders café, which had been operate by the Ipswich-based mostly charity considering the fact that July 2021.
Stowmarket deputy mayor Barry Salmon did the honours in opening the espresso store, which is found following to the hospice’s retail shop in Bury Road.
The new Times Coffee Store menu features acquainted favourites, these as jacket potatoes, toasties and the substantially-loved Tall Order’s scones, as well as a range of new tasty additions to whet the urge for food, and ethically-sourced espresso from artisan Suffolk coffee roasters, Freshpac.
Megan Kingston, Moments Espresso Store manager, said: “We are so pleased to unveil Moments Espresso Shop and welcome in the regional local community to see our new menu, which will also have everyday specials for them to delight in.
“The do the job of the hospice is at the coronary heart of the local community and we are eager for the espresso shop to fortify this tie and assistance us have interaction additional with neighborhood persons, who each and every calendar year give excellent support to the hospice.
“From internet hosting community situations and volunteering at Times Espresso Store by way of to basically savoring a espresso and a cake with us, there are a amount of strategies you can aid the hospice and these all will make a distinction to the people and people beneath our treatment.”
Open Monday to Saturday amongst 8.30am-3.30pm, the espresso shop aims to strengthen the hospice’s romantic relationship with existing supporters as nicely as introduce new members of the local community to the hospice.
The charity said every consume, meal and snack purchased will aid to generate further more money to assistance its expert services, which every single 12 months care for around 3,000 sufferers and their households, during east Suffolk, Excellent Yarmouth and Waveney.
Mr Salmon, deputy mayor, said: “We are delighted that St Elizabeth Hospice has had substantial results with its charity shop in Bury Street and to see the charity expand into the former Tall Order’s Café demonstrates expense in the town.
“Knowing that owning a coffee or lunch at the new Moments Café will enable raise critical money for individual treatment is a seriously specific information and I hope the city supports them and will take the option to consider out their new menu.”
Anybody wishing to uncover out far more about volunteering alternatives at Times, can email listed here.