Nuneaton Community Cafe
“The best thing about the Community Café is that it’s friendly, affordable and accessible. There’s plenty of space for wheelchairs and pushchairs, and the food’s great, too!” (Café Customer, Nuneaton)
***Book your Christmas meal. 19th December 2014 ***
Bookings now being taken. Guideposts Cafe Nuneaton Christmas Menu
Visit us at 44-45 Church Street, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 4AD
Guideposts’ Community Café is open six days a week serving a great range of freshly cooked food. Whether it’s a light lunch, a snack or a great Cappuccino, the Community Café has just what you need to fill that gap. We also make our own soup freshly every day, served with fresh crusty bread and our own fantastic ice-cream! We only use fresh, quality ingredients which we source locally wherever possible.
As well as great food, the Community Café hosts seasonal events and celebrations and a number of workshops, support and well-being sessions. There are also computers for you to use if you wanted to use the Internet or email. Guideposts’ Community Café is based right in the centre of Nuneaton, near to all the shops, the library and banks, with plenty of parking nearby.
The Community Café can also be hired privately for your meetings, one-off events or special occasion, and we also have our own catering service, that can meet your catering needs. For quotations please contact Sandra on the below number or email.
Our Community Café also supports people through our innovative training and work placement and experience schemes.
The Community Café has a wide entrance for easy access, with a double push-button automatic door-opener and a disabled lavatory. All tables are set out to ensure there is plenty of space for wheelchairs, motorised vehicles and pushchairs. Guideposts’ Community Café caters equally for all members of our community and their needs. We aim for everyone to feel welcome, happy and at home.
Our Customer Feedback
‘Lovely, clean and bright. Nice atmosphere’ (J, Nuneaton)
‘The best thing that has happened to Nuneaton! The food is excellent and fairly priced.’ (Staff Member, Mamma Mia, Nuneaton)
‘Lovely atmosphere. Everything fresh and clean.’ (MG, Nuneaton)
‘Lovely open space accommodating all walks of life – really friendly and helpful staff. Will definitely come again.’ (TH, Nuneaton)
‘I had an excellent visit and was delighted to meet the enthusiastic and committed staff. This is an excellent service, delivering a highly valued service to carers and all people in Nuneaton.’ (GB, Warwickshire County Council)
‘Had a really nice tea. Staff really friendly and nice – made us feel really welcome.’ (Mr & Mrs W., Nuneaton)
‘Lovely, clean and bright place with caring staff. Use the café with my wheelchair-bound sister. Plenty of room. Everyone spoke to her. Would recommend it to everyone.’ (TS, Nuneaton)
Contact Sandra Lippolis, Manager on: 0773 876 8265
Guideposts Community Cafe is a finalist in the Hinckley & Nuneaton Pride Award category.
The NEW 107 Oak FM Pride of Hinckley & Nuneaton Awards 2014 takes place on Friday 19th September 2014 at the Hinckley Island Hotel, where the winners will be announced. Ticket holders will enjoy a red-carpet arrival drinks reception with photographer, five course meal with wine and a spectacular awards show.
People with learning disabilities will now have Safe Places to go if they are feeling unsafe or vulnerable around Warwickshire.
Warwickshire County Council and Warwickshire Police have joined forces to implement the scheme across the county with local retailers, libraries and community organisations already signed up to the Safe Places scheme.
Over 65 Safe Places are now signed up to the scheme across all five Warwickshire Districts and boroughs:
Leamington Spa & Warwick, Stratford Upon Avon
Rugby, Nuneaton & Bedworth, Atherstone & Coleshill
We are looking to extend the scheme and increase the number of Safe Places across the County.
A list of registered safe Places can be found on the follow-ing webpages: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/safeplaces
People with Learning Disabilities have also volunteered to become Safe Place Champions and support the scheme by visiting registered Safe Places and reviewing them regular-ly in partnership with Police Community Support Officers.
For more information about the Safe Places Scheme, to request a Hate Crime Card or if you are interested in be-coming a Safe Place Champion – please contact Hardip
Johal by email: Hardipjohal@warwickshire.gov.uk or
Tel: 01926 742414. Or visit the Safe Places web pages: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/safeplaces
The Community Cafe in Nuneaton would like to say a big THANK YOU to the Coventry Building Society- Nuneaton branch, who raised a staggering £933.03p in total, by fundraising and holding events.
A cheque was presented to the café team and the monies raised will go towards purchasing new café equipment. The Coventry Building Society, staff have said “It has been a great success working together as the Café’s Community partner and raising awareness of Guideposts Trust. “
Our Café, Our Community, Our Future
We are currently conducting a survey about your experience of using the Community Café in Nuneaton. We are making plans for the future of the café and we would be interested in knowing your views on how we could make it better so we can make the future as exciting as possible.
Please click here to download the survey.
Join us on Tuesday 9th September 2-3pm – please see poster for more information : Nuneaton focus group poster SM