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Support for town’s newest cafe

Ed_with_staff_at_pop_up_cafe.jpgEd enjoyed a cuppa and a sandwich in a Doncaster town’s newest cafe.

 

He visited the pop-up cafe run by Manna Community, an organisation aiming to transform the lives of Doncaster people.

 

It is open on Fridays during school terms, from 9am-3pm, at Bentley Training Centre, High Street, DN5 0AA.

 

Ed said: “The café is lovely – and I can recommend the cakes, which were excellent! I was very impressed with the staff, and I’m incredibly supportive of the suberb work that Manna Community are doing in the community.”

 

Manna was set up two years ago to create opportunities in many different ways.

 

Ian Mayer, Manna’s Chief Executive, said: “It was fantastic to have Ed visit our café.

 

“Manna’s aim is to help people here in Doncaster through a wide range of projects, from increasing access to mental health care to exhibiting the work of local artists, and of course our new café.

 

“We are also keen to bring young and old people together so that younger generations can benefit from the experience of older Doncaster people.”

 

Manna is involved in other projects around the borough, including the preservation of the Sand House, a mansion-sized dwelling carved from solid sandstone by Victorian businessman Henry Senior.

 

For more information about the pop up café, click this link http://www.manna.me.uk/cic/popupcafe/.

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