Tag Archives: community cafes

Secret Kitchen Launches new website!!

Have a look at the Secret Kitchen new website at the link below….


This is a recent message from Marsha at the Secret Kitchen….

“Would you like the cafe to run a social eating evening in your area? Do you know of a church hall, community centre or anywhere where there is a kitchen and space to sit and eat? Sherwood? Mapperley? The Park? Bestwood and beyond?

If so please get in touch as I am planning a series of non-Sneinton Social Eating Events to get our model, our energy and our spesh food out and about!


All Ours is Back on Second Sunday of Every Month

See the flyer at link below

All Ours Flyer 14th Oct 2012

The Cafe opens at the Greenway in Sneinton

In case you thought the Eastend of Town didn’t have enough community cafes then you have another option now, with Nina and Miriana’s The Cafe open  at the Greenway Centre on Trent Lane in Sneinton.  It is starting off as a sandwich and jacket potato thing first, then soon there’ll be Portugesse specials and other foody attractions.  The Greenway that houses the Cafe is very welcoming – there are Free newspapers and chess and maybe even tabletennis if that’s your thing…..
Opening times are Mon-Fri, 9.30-2.30pm, flyer link here

A Grand Day Out

Approaching Chapel Bar (the little stretch of street the follows on from Angel Row, right opposite the Central Library) the other day, I noticed a large group hanging around outside the new Tea Trolley cafe.  I was going to their Grand Opening, and thought “Oh no there’s some kind of fire alarm drill or something, or why would alot of people be outside?”  Turns out the reason was that it was a choca block event!  I tried to get in to sample all the free goodies but was forced back by the crowds with only a couple of cupcakes to show for the wait!  Really glad to see such a good start to a new cafe venture, and with their new signage and big, clear window that looks out onto the street, they should get a lot of custom from the passing trade alone!
They also are looking for community groups to have stands and stalls in the cafe in the back room, so if you are looking for a city centre presence?…..
Unfortunately Julie Semper, who worked on the project to set it up, is no longer with South Notts College (who were supporting the project, in order to bring students with learning difficulties through training in their professional kitchen).  So any equiries should now go through Emily at  emily.hyatt@snc.ac.uk.



Two ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Events’ Tomorrow at the Kiosk and Rumbletums

Tomorrow (28th September), Rumbletums Cafe will be taking part in the Macmillan Cancer Support World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
We’ll be open from 10.00am to 3.00pm serving our usual selection of home-made cakes together with excellent coffee (or tea, if you prefer) and we’ll give 10% of our day’s takings to Macmillan.
So please come along and support Macmillan and Rumbletums.
Look forward to seeing you.
Beth Notts-Underground invites you to
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Friday, September 28, 2012, 10:00am – 2:30pm at The Kiosk, Sherwood

New Graphic Design Service for Small Community Groups and Charities

Community Graphics is launching soon.  This service is great for community cafes,  offering affordable graphics so you can drum up more customers.

Please have a look at our publicity (link here)  and fill out the following market research survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8FJTXWW

If you fill out the survey the your organisation will get a free place on a training session called ‘improve your publicity – hints and tips for designing flyers and poster’.  It takes place from 11-12.30pm on Friday 5th October 2012

To get a quote for a specific job then fill out the following form on this link 

Eden Cafe at Stonebridge City Farm

See the new Stonebridge Cafe flyer at the following link flyer for email