New cafe at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village to become a community hub

The cafe at West Stow country park is now being run by Churchill Catering. L-R: Mayor Patrich Chung,

The cafe at West Stow country park is now being run by Churchill Catering. L-R: Mayor Patrich Chung, Cllr Jo Rayner, Lance Alexander (Heritage Operations Manager), Beverley Pooley (Ops manager - Churchill Catering), Tony Nicholl (Churchill Catering) with Jules Marney (Churchill Catering)(front) - Credit: Archant

A cafe at a popular west Suffolk tourist attraction is set to become a hub for community activities now that a new catering and events company has taken it on.

Churchill Catering has taken over the lease to manage the cafe at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park, near Bury St Edmunds.

Plans include cafe-led events such as Bank Holiday hog roasts – the first on August 30 and 31 for the British Warriors Through Time event – children-eat-free-days, parties, and regular coffee mornings when no cup of coffee will cost more that £1.50.

The cafe is also dog-friendly meaning dog owners can take a break with their pet after walking in the park.


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