King’s Lynn’s newest cafe will do frothy coffee for West Norfolk charities CSV, Purfleet Trust and Forward Day Centre
Volunteers hope some of the cheapest coffee in King's Lynn will help raise funds for three local charities.
Proceeds from the Community Coffee Bar will be divided between the Community Service Volunteers, Purfleet Trust and Forward Day Centre.
The cafe, open five days a week on the ground floor of West Norfolk council's offices, was set up by West Norfolk Voluntary and Community Action, with the help of a �1,800 grant from the Norfolk Community Foundation.
WNVCA project officer Marie Connell said: 'We've priced the drinks very competitively, I don't think you can get a cheaper coffee in town. An Americano is 75p and anything with frothy milk is �1.
'Any profit they make will be shared between the three groups.'
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CSV is planning a competition to find a name for the cafe, which is open from 9.30am to 3.30pm from Monday to Friday.
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