Unity Cafe on North Hull Estate is delighted to be reopening the doors on Monday, 17th May.
Opening for the first time since the November lockdown, the team is initially operating slightly reduced opening hours between 10:00 and 14:00, Monday to Friday.
Run by community interest charity, Unity in Community (Unity) subsidised by the Community Led Local Development Fund. The cafe is a local hub for residents of HU6 and workers in the area who can enjoy delicious home-cooked food at subsidised prices.
The Menu includes breakfasts from £1
The menu includes; breakfasts from £1, hot and cold sandwiches, paninis and jacket potatoes as well as incredibly popular daily specials, puddings and desserts, all served up with a warm and friendly welcome.
Carl Frew is the Head Cook and Cafe Manager. He says:
“One of the great benefits of Unity Cafe is the community spirit. Many customers will come in on their own, knowing that our friendly team will be pleased to see them.
“Anyone who has been isolated over the last year can be assured that all covid-safe practices are in place and we have plenty of room for social distancing.
“Customers must follow the rule of six, or two households of any size. All food and drinks will be ordered for eating and drinking while seated at the table.
“Since opening in November 2019, we have built up a fantastic base of regular customers and we can’t wait to see you again from Monday.”
The funding is from the European Social Fund and the European Regional Development Fund and has created a new way of supporting local development projects using structural funds from Europe. It aims to increase employment and skills and social enterprise and ensures that local people are involved in developing projects, using resources from the area to address local challenges.
For more information please find Unity Cafe on Facebook.