Coffee shop at windmill reopens after lockdown
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A café based next to the the Grade II listed Dereham Windmill has reopened for the first time since lockdown.
The Partea Hut reopened on Monday, June 1 for takeaway sales only.
The first customer, Alan Ferguson, chairman of Dereham Windmill, said he was delighted to see the coffee shop back in use again.
He said: “There had been a very favourable response on social media, so we are all hoping to see lots of old friends back at the Windmill coffee shop. “
Tess Morrison and Donna Cann, who run Partea Hut, thanked the Dereham Windmill trustees for their support during the reopening.
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Initially The Partea Hut at Dereham Windmill will be open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 10am and 3pm.
Only one person will be allowed in the coffee shop at a time to place their takeaway order.
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For further information contact DerehamWindmill.co.uk or TheParteaHut.co.uk