Doncaster community cafe back in business after huge refurbishment

A Doncaster community cafe is back in business after relaunching following a major refurbishment.

Friday, 11th October 2019, 09:27 am
Updated Friday, 11th October 2019, 09:27 am

Bev-Ridge Cafe in Carcroft hosted a special launch party earlier this week to mark its return with a fresh new look.

Located within the village’s Bullcroft Memorial Hall, the new look has been made possible with the aid of funding from the ASDA Foundation and Doncaster Council.

Bev Ridge cafe is back in business. Pictured at the opening are Stuart Vaughan of The Ridge Employability College, Tracy Mann of North Doncaster Development Trust, Vanessa Powell-Hoyland of North Doncaster Development Trust, Terry Edwards and Lindsay Goldsbrough of Asda, Fay Wood of DMBC and Lisa Wharton and Michelle Camm of ASDA.

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The cafe is staffed by staff and students of Ridge Employability College who offer young people and adults work experience and employment.

The organisations aim to train and up skill students with learning difficulties and other disabilities and aid them in improving their financial and social skills.

The cafe specialises in simple breakfast items, light lunches, cakes, cookies and beverages.

The Bev Ridge cafe is back in business.
The Carcroft cafe has undergone a huge makeover.