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Pop-up cafe a hit at The Commandery

Worcester Editorial 29th Jul, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

THE CITY’S first ever pop-up cafe caused a stir at The Commandery.

‘Time for Coffee’ opened for business on Saturday (July 26) and is set to run for six weeks to provide refreshments for Commandery visitors, Fort Royal Park users and Worcester residents.

The shop is a partnership between Museums Worcestershire and My Coffee, an independent artisan coffee shop in Worcester.

Located on the canalside it will serve teas and coffees, cold drinks, paninis, sandwiches, home-made cake and cream teas and open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm and Sunday from 1.30pm to 4pm.

David Nash, Commandery manager, said: “We thought now was the perfect time to give this a try, especially with the new play area in place on Fort Royal Park which is bound to attract lots of thirsty visitors over the school holidays.”

If it is successful, the cafe will return for major Commandery events later in the year and during summer next year.


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