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Time for a nice cuppa in new care home cafe

Worcester Editorial 1st Apr, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

PEOPLE can pop in for a cuppa, cake and a chat after a city care home officially opened its garden cafe.

The team at Cranham Residential Care Home in Warndon have revamped a room of their home which overlooks the gardens into a small cafe.

Coun Jo Hodges, Worcester City councillor for the area, came along to cut the ribbon last Friday (March 28).

Coun Hodges said: “I’m really honoured that the team at Cranham asked me here to open their cafe.

“It’s a truly lovely, welcoming area where residents and local people can meet together.”

It will now be open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons between 2pm and 4pm.

Nora Harris, a 99-year-old resident at Cranham, added: “The room is absolutely lovely and they’ve decorated it very nicely.

“I think it’s such a good idea to have a café at the home.”

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