There will be a Green Living course for 8 weeks on October 13 and ending on December 1, Tuesdays from 1.30 to 3pm and it is open to anyone.
The course will be run by Zoom. If you are dubious about Zoom, it can be demonstrated for you before the course starts. But it’s easy – we e-mail you a link and you click it.
The course is about how individuals can act to prevent climate change, loss of biodiversity, pollution and lots more.
You can contact email@example.com and we will forward your interest to the organisers
Unfortunately we are having to stop this initiative as it quite simply isn’t working for us. We thought that we could continue from the Government 50% off scheme in August by introducing our own discount. In August we had a lot more customers and we were able to claim the discount back from the Government, However so far in September our footfall has dropped and, therefore, we will have to stop the free tea, coffee and apple juice.
There is a rumour around town that we are closed.
This couldn’t be further from the truth and we are also giving away tea, coffee and apple juice as long as you order some food.
So help to support a local community cafe.
Following the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, otherwise known as a Dishi from Rishi, we have decided that we would offer in September our own incentive by offering free tea, coffee and apple juice to those people eating in the café
After carefully considering the current situation the directors of the Old Saw Mill have concluded that it will be possible to safely produce delicious apple juice again this year. After a bumper harvest last year everyone is hoping for another successful year in 2020, in spite of the pandemic.
We will be receiving apples from local gardens from Tuesday 1st September. Please bring all your spare apples to the Old Saw Mill, Back River Street and leave them in the collection trays behind the cycle rail next to the front door. They can be left there whilst the café is open (9.00am – 3.00pm Mon – Friday) or at weekends.
Astbury Mere visitor centre can no longer receive apples so please don’t take them there.
Our sincere thanks in advance to everyone who supports us by donating apples. Up to 70% of apples grown in this country are left to rot in gardens so let’s buck the trend in Congleton and use them for a good cause.
Last year nearly 3000 bottles of juice and 600l of cider were produced. There are still some left so hurry up and get some before they are gone.”
If you want further details contact Dewi on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have one more week to go for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so why not come to the café on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week. You can all have 50% off your food up to a maximum of £10 per person. We are also extending our opening hours to 3pm in anticipation of the rush!
After closing on the 16th March we opened the doors of the café on the 6th July from 9am to 2pm, last orders 1.30pm; Monday to Friday.
We would obviously like to thank all those customers who have been to see us and after 3 weeks we are quite pleased with our progress. From next week our rooms upstairs will also have visitors and so thanks again to them for supporting us.
From 3rd August and throughout August we will be participating in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme which means that on Mondays to Wednesdays, all our food will have a discount of 50% applied.