Cafe idea puts the yum into Cawston

Enterprising Cawston mum Sarah Geddes is helping to bring people together with a weekly pop-up tearoom at the community hall.

Monday, 18th April 2016, 5:33 pm
Updated Monday, 18th April 2016, 6:40 pm
Sarah Geddes with some of the amazing cakes on offer with your morning cuppa. NNL-160504-185625009

It’s an offshoot of her Gingerbread Lane bakery business and is being run with her mum Hazel Wilson.

Sarah said: “We realised that there isn’t anywhere in Cawston to socialise so we thought it would be a good idea to provide a friendly place to meet up and treat yourself with something delicious.

“We make all the cakes the day before so everything is as fresh as it can be.

“We also have gingerbread available and children can come along and decorate their own gingerbread and get a bit messy while the grown-ups can relax and chat. This month is Autism Awareness Month so we are supporting Rugby Autism Network.

“We have a collection box in the tearoom and are planning other ways to raise money for the network.”

It is open from 8.45am until 2pm every Tuesday.