The Coach House Cafe

Dog Friendly

We have doggie treats, dog bowls of water, poo bags, doggie wipes, a doggie bed and toy - doggies are most welcome at the Coach House Cafe

Community and accessible

Good food at low prices 

Supporting the Community Events Programme

Developing low cost kids birthday parties

Social and well being events throughout the year

A work in progress ...

As an infant social enterprise - we are working to combine volunteers and paid workers, ensuring any profits are 100% returned to the FoRP charity to continue supporting the delivery of the events programme for our community

Community Engagement Officer

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Earlier this evening (5/9/2018) Ann met Joanne Dootson - who is she you might ask ..... she is The Community Engagement Officer employed via Newground as part of the HLF grant ... that is who she is !!
We at FoRP are so excited to meet her as we know you all will be too - so many of you have asked us over launch week when the kitchen garden will be opening, when will you be able to get in there.

Joanne will be in the FoRP cafe on 7th and 14th October 2018 to consult and chat with the community about their ideas for the kitchen garden - she would love to chat with you over a brew.

If she is in the park - stop her for a chat - this is the community 's kitchen garden - we really need help to shape its future

We have also set up a group on Facebook  - please request to join.
Joanne will be joining and will be really pleased to chat to you about the kitchen garden and how you all want to support it / develop it.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/746810525652646/?source_id=411162452304324

Latest News

Dogs in the park

Dogs in the park

Dogs in the park

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Dogs are very welcome in the park however we expect people to be responsible owners, respecting others and cleaning up after their dogs.

Poo Done it ?

Dogs in the park

Dogs in the park

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After numerous reports of dog poo in the park and owners not cleaning up after their dogs - FoRP have placed posters up in the park to remind dog owners to pick up their dog's poo.