Cafe Hope
 
Lauren Taylor (Hope Epsom ATM) and a young Person checking what’s on the menu at Cafe Hope
Lauren Taylor (Hope Epsom ATM) and a young Person checking what’s on the menu at Cafe Hope
Last month, The Hope Service in Epsom reinvented itself as a cafe and welcomed guests from Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP) and Surrey County Council. The event was part of the Hope Service Summer Activity Programme which aims to engage with young people who attend the Hope Service over the summer break.

Those taking part were free to lend a hand however they wanted, and took up a range of roles from looking after front of house to cooking and waiting tables. Young people gained insight to the work that goes into creating a pop-up cafe.

As a result of the great turn out at the cafe, the dedicated staff at Hope have committed to running more pop-up cafés throughout the year during holiday periods.
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