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Creams Cafe Opening02-02-2017
Dessert cafe operator Creams Cafe is set to open one of its biggest sites to date, in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. The 5,000 square foot venue is expected to open in May in Grosvenor Road on a site previously occupied by all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant Cosmo, which was closed bylocal authority health inspectors.
The new cafe will serve waffles, crepes, sundaes, milkshakes and 36 varieties of ice cream in the style of Italian gelato. The company will also open a site in Nottingham next month. Creams Cafe has 43 sites in the UK and is set to continue expanding with another 59 venues in the pipeline including Canterbury, where the company will open a “limited edition” restaurant in the city centre later this year, complete with a “steampunk” aesthetic and chocolate fountain centrepiece.
If you go down to Woods ...01-02-2017
Woods Restaurant on the Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells is offering a ‘Teddy Bear Repair & Cleaning Service' on Saturday 4th February.
A bear doctor will offer free advice on identification, age and ‘clinical’ needs. Some treatments such as eye replacement and claw stitching will be available for a small charge on the day.
Other more complex repairs and restorations can be treated as in-patients.
There will also be demonstrations of professional bear making techniques throughout the day.
Pub Cup Comp31-01-2017
St John’s Yard has been named the best pub in Tunbridge Wells for the second year running. Thousands of votes were cast via social media to determine the winner of the Tunbridge Wells Best Pub Cup in a World Cup-style knockout tournament.
St John’s beat Fuggles Beer Café in the final by just 50 votes, after defeating The Pantiles’ Ragged Trousers in the semis.
Owner Ish Rafet, 42, who opened on St John’s Road in 2009 said: “We have 18-year-olds all the way up to our oldest regular who’s 92, so there is a really nice group here.”
The tournament was established by Kent Police Officer Martin Bryant last year as ‘just a bit of fun’ but has since acted as a catalyst for a ‘bit of friendly competition’ between the town’s establishments.
Chai in the Sky19-01-2017
Rickshaw Travel has announced a new three-day, two-night “bite sized” trip to Munnar, India, a small town in India’s emerald tea plantations, in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state.
Visitors can enjoy the fresh mountain air, a trip to the famous Munnar tea museum, to learn about the history of tea-growing and of course enjoy sampling many delicious cups of various brews of tea.
The trip costs from £185 per person in standard accommodation, including includes accommodation breakfast, transport, a guided tea museum visit, tea tasting and entrance to the Tea Museum, based on two people sharing.
Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes and catering supplier Brakes have been celebrating the second birthday of her Café 1809 in Hildenborough, Kent.
To mark the anniversary Brakes challenged catering and hospitality students at The Towers School in Ashford, Kent to make a cycling-themed cake using the its ingredients, which was then presented to Kelly, a keen cyclist, at a special birthday event.
Dame Kelly Holmes, said: "It's amazing how quickly the two years have gone. I am pleased to say that the vision of establishing a community hub which has also become a destination for cyclists, mums and young children, business men and women and the wiser generation has been reached.”
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