Camphill MK’s independent and much-loved Café is welcoming customers once more after re-opening following closure a COVID pandemic induced closure.
The Café fully re-opened on 7th June, having been closed in the wake of the pandemic-enforced closure of all UK hospitality venues.
One of Milton Keynes’ ‘hidden gems’, the Café serves homemade light lunches, cakes and refreshments. The Café is run by a dedicated residents’ team with a mixture of skills and abilities and staff.
Having waited over a year to reopen safely, the team have been busy “feeding the community” with a fantastic Camphill Meals on Wheels initiative, but as they return to a more ‘normal world’, they are thrilled to be reopening to the public. Camphill Café will take bookings for meat-free, homemade lunches from 1st June.
To ensure the safety of staff and customers, things may be a little different. However, Camphill Cafés aim remains the same: creating a peaceful atmosphere accompanied by good food and first-class friendly service. Customers will now also be able to purchase their delicious artisan bread, homemade preserves and honey in the Café in a dedicated retail area to the left of the front door.
Along with other improvements, the team at Camphill MK has also relocated their Art & Craft Workshop to the shop site in Willen. The new open studios will include a fantastic new Textile Workshop and a new Pottery Workshop next door. The studios will, in time, allow visitors to meet their skilled Camphill crafters and view the range of unique handcrafts on sale.
The Café opens at 10am for coffee and cakes, lunches between 12 noon and 2pm and afternoon refreshments from 2pm to 4pm.
Customers are advised to call to reserve Café tables for booking between 11.30am and 2pm from the 1st of June by calling: 01908 308738
Please keep an eye on their social media channels for more exciting announcements in the coming weeks!