Norwich’s Café Britannia set to tour the city’s parks this summer
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A social enterprise which is staffed by low-risk prisoners will take its new food van to the streets of the city this summer.
Café Britannia, located on Britannia Road and in the historic Guildhall, will be travelling around the city's parks and shows and events across Norfolk in the upcoming months, including the Royal Norfolk Show in June.
Their new vintage Citreon vans, called Mollie and Claude, serve a variety of food and debuted in Waterloo Park last month.
The social enterprise works alongside Norwich Prison on Knox Close and hires low-category prisoners to help rehabilitate them back into the working environment.
Gemma Johnson, 49, marketing and events manager at Café Britannia, said: 'We are always looking to be innovative in order to rehabilitate and support prisoners giving them new opportunities and skills.'