Kenyan snacks on the menu at Sheringham teen’s pop-up cafe

Sheringham teenager Ellie Glasgow cooking up Kenyan treats for a pop-up fusion cafe she is running a

Sheringham teenager Ellie Glasgow cooking up Kenyan treats for a pop-up fusion cafe she is running at West Runton church hall on Monday. Photo: KAREN BETHELL - Credit: Archant

African snacks and an eclectic mix of music are on the menu at a 'fusion' pop-up café running at West Runton church hall on bank holiday Monday,

Hosted by Sheringham teenager Ellie Glasgow, the event, which runs from 11am-4pm, will feature stalls, a raffle and home-made cakes, as well as light lunches and afternoon teas.

Entertainment will be provided by talented singer Ellie, who will be accompanied by her uncle, Malcolm Birtwell, on guitar, and friend Kezia Ball.

It is the first of a string of events organised by Ellie, 15, to raise funds towards the £4,000 cost of a trip to Kenya she will be undertaking with a team of fellow Sheringham High School students next year.

The expedition will see the group work on projects helping Kenyan communities access clean water, education and housing.

For more about Ellie's trip, visit www.facebook.com/events/1849514305074758/


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