Crafternoon Tea – Thursday 1 October at Coffee Craft

There are still a few places left for the ‘Crafternoon Tea’ session at Coffee Craft in The Stanley Halls, which will take place on the evening of Thursday 1st October.unnamed (11)
Book a place to go along to this creative and fun sewing workshop. Bring a couple of items of clothing you’d like to transform, and learn some alteration skills.

This is the perfect class for you if you have any items of clothing which you no longer like or that no longer fit you. The ones that sit in your wardrobe and you think “if only I could change a few details”; like take it in or let it out in a few places, shorten or lengthen it, change the sleeves or shape, etc!

unnamed (12)This workshop is not suitable for complete beginners if your project involves using a sewing machine. You will need to have some basic sewing experience and know how to use a sewing machine. If you are a complete beginner you may still attend the class by taking up a project which only involves hand sewing and/or the use of an iron (e.g sewing on beads, sequins, ribbons, trimmings, buttons, hemming and simple tacking).

unnamed (10)This class will be taught by Michelle and Jenny who have been sewing for years. Michelle is a trained dressmaker and has spent the last 8 years working in many different theatre wardrobe departments, altering costumes for actors on a daily basis. Jenny also has experience in altering costumes for theatre and has also worked in altering wedding and bridesmaids dresses.

Materials Required:
Bring along two items of clothing. All materials and equipment will be provided, but you’re welcome to bring along anything specific you might like to use in your project. If you have a sewing machine you’d prefer to bring and use, you are welcome to do so.

Class Duration: 2 hours
Class Size: Up to 8 people
Cost: £25, including a coffee/tea/soft drink of your choice and a piece of cake.
Date and time:
Thursday 1st October, 6:30-8:30pm
For further information or to book your place email coffeecraftlondon@gmail.com
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Coffee Craft now open for a year – and new opening hours from 29 September 2015

Coffee Craft is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station.
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Coffee Craft‘ originally opened its doors at Stanley Halls on 27 July 2015 for 10 weeks, but, due to its popularity,  Coffee Craft will remain open at the Stanley Halls for a year!

Coffee Craft are looking to build on what they have achieved so far.

They offer delicious Volcano Coffee, Birchall teas, homemade food & cakes in a relaxed and friendly environment. On weekends, they have additional brunch items available.

From Tuesday 29th September, Coffee Craft will be working to new opening times, which will be:

Tuesday to Friday     –     9am until 3pm
Saturday                      –    10am until 4pm

Sunday                         –    10am until 2pm 

Please note that they are closed on Saturday 27th September due to family commitments.

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Nick and Michelle look forward to welcoming you

 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN
And check out the website for menus, special events and details of rugular activities. See

Yes Yoga sessions at Coffee Craft every Tuesday from 18 August

 ‘Coffee Craft‘  is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station.
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From Tuesday 18 August, Coffee Craft will be hosting Ciara from Yes Yoga London, who will provide a weekly Tuesday Midday Yoga session from 12pm-1pm.
Sessions will cost £10 and be open to people of all abilities. And, as an added bonus, all participants who fancy a wholesome lunch or relaxed drink afterwards will be offered 10% off their purchases.
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 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN

Vintage jam jar flower workshop at Coffee Craft on 23 August

 ‘Coffee Craft‘ opened its doors at Stanley Halls on 27 July 2015 for 10 weeks.  It is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station.

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Nick and Michelle SH

Nick and Michelle look forward to welcoming you

 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN

Coffee Craft now open Saturdays from 8 August!

Coffee Craft‘ opened its doors at Stanley Halls on 27 July 2015 for 10 weeks.  Coffee Craft is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station.

*Opening Times*
Coffee Craft now open on Saturdays, from 10am until 4pm from this coming Saturday 8th August onwards. Pop along to check out their light brunch menu served until Midday, followed by one of their usual daily lunch menus and, of course, plenty of sweet treats!

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Nick and Michelle SH

Nick and Michelle look forward to welcoming you

 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN
And don’t forget to quote the promotional code for your discount!
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Coffee Craft opens in Stanley Halls – 29 July

Coffee Craft‘ opens its doors at Stanley Halls on 27 July 2015 for 10 weeks.Coffee Craft is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station.

To read more about the venture, click here.Coffee Craft SH

The project is supported by The Prince’s Trust. Cake and coffee SH 1

Nick and Michelle SH

Nick and Michelle look forward to welcoming you

 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN
And don’t forget to quote the promotional code for your discount!
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New pop-up coffee shop open in Stanley Halls – Special discount

Coffee Craft‘ is a new, independent, family-run pop-up coffee shop based in the beautiful & historic surroundings of Stanley Halls in South Norwood – 5 minutes walk from Norwood Junction station. After moving to the area two years ago along with her husband Nick, Michelle Shaw is fulfilling a long-standing ambition to run her own coffee shop; also bringing her skills as a seamstress to offer craft workshops in conjunction – including their exclusive ‘Crafternoon Tea’.

Starting on the 27th of July for 10 weeks
, Coffee Craft will be offering high quality and affordable coffee, tea and other beverages, complimented by delicious cakes and a daily menu including homemade quiche, soup, sandwiches and snacks. There will vegetarian and gluten-free options, and many of our products will be locally sourced: our coffee is supplied by ‘Volcano’ in West Norwood, tea by Birchall Tea and cakes by ‘Sophie’s Cake Studio’ – both based in Sydenham.Coffee Craft will provide a relaxed and friendly environment for everyone in the South Norwood to enjoy, working with the Stanley People’s Initiative to continue establishing Stanley Halls as a centre for community interaction and celebration.

Michelle is supported by The Prince’s Trust, and is keen to work alongside Stanley Halls in promoting the regeneration of the area and offer an additional daytime facility to their already varied and popular events programme. She says,

“I’m so excited about this venture. After our own experience and speaking with many locals, this is just what the area needs.”

Initially opening 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, Coffee Craft will be developing a calendar of events and sessions to cater to a range of community groups within South Norwood. It will offer free Wi-Fi, be family friendly, wheelchair accessible, dog-friendly, and also has outside space for customers to enjoy.

 Find them on Twitter at @coffeecraftLDN
And don’t forget to quote the promotional code for your discount!
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