Eat Out Eat Well gold award for Brandon Country Park’s Copper Beech Tea Room

The presentation of the Eat Out Eat Well gold award to the Copper Beech Tea Room in Brandon Country

The presentation of the Eat Out Eat Well gold award to the Copper Beech Tea Room in Brandon Country Park. - Credit: Archant

The Copper Beech Tea Room in Brandon Country Park has received a Gold level award for its healthy menu under the national Eat Out Eat Well scheme.

The Copper Beech Tea Room in Brandon Country Park has received a Gold level award for its healthy menu under the national Eat Out Eat Well scheme.

Copper Beech prides itself on its homemade items including gluten-free soups, homemade sausage rolls and vegetarian stews.

It puts an emphasis on sourcing high quality local produce, taking advantage of the great local butchers, greengrocers and bakers around the Brandon area, and also uses potatoes grown just a few miles down the road on the Elveden Estate.

Matthew Hicks, Suffolk County Council’s cabinet member for environment and public protection, said: “I’m delighted that Brandon Country Park has gained this accreditation. It is well-deserved recognition of the work the park has done to develop the tearoom menu and offer healthy options to their customers.”


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Andy Drummond, Forest Heath District Council’s cabinet member for leisure and culture, added: “Not only is Brandon Country Park a fantastic place for people to relax the mind and feed the soul, it also has a great tea room which has demonstrated its utmost commitment to care for the physical health of its customers through the ingredients it uses and the way food is prepared.”

The tea room is open all day from 10am until 4.30pm (or until 3.30pm between November 1 and March 31) and on Saturdays it is open from 9.30am for early risers and park runners.

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