Fairtrade Friday Café

Ladies who lunch

The Cafe was set up in 2003 to open up our recently refurbished premises to the people of Romsey and to support the town in its attempt to gain Fairtrade status. This it achieved in July 2005. Fairtrade helps the farmers in developing countries by assuring them of a fair price for their crop which in turn improves the welfare of their community. 
Fairtrade Their products can be recognised by the Fairtrade mark. Our church is a fairtrade church in that we always serve Fairtrade coffee, tea and sugar at all our meetings and encourage all those who use our premises to do the same.

The Fairtrade cafe aims to provide a warm and welcoming place where people can relax over a cup of coffee, buy something from the Fairtrade stall or choose something to eat from the lunch menu. Happy customersOur menu consists of homemade soup, a choice of freshly made ploughmans, baked potato, homemade quiche and a choice of desserts.  Although our prices are modest we do make a profit which goes to Network's charity of the year.

In the kitchenWhlist the Fairtrade cafe is running in the hall the chapel is open too for quiet personal prayer. Overall the morning provides a good balance of prayer and fellowship and is a very enjoyable occasion. A warm invitation is given to all.

The Fairtrade cafe is open on the 3rd Friday of the month from 10.00 til 1.30pm with the chapel open from 10.00 til 2.00pm