What’s to eat on the streets? Café Culture Week rolls out across the district

Monday 29 April 2019 What’s to eat on the streets? Café Culture Week rolls out across the district


Following the success of last year’s inaugural Café Culture Week in Hucknall, this year Café Culture Week is back and even bigger with 35 cafes across the district joining in on the fun.

Promoting the fantastic cafés and food that Kirkby, Sutton and Hucknall has on offer, Café Culture Week runs from the 29th April – 5th May. Last year Café Culture only ran in Hucknall, however it was such a triumph, with 17 cafes joining in, that this year the whole district is getting involved as cafes across all three towns encourage residents to try their delectable offerings. 

Café Culture Week will be focusing on the delicious food that is served up in our local cafes with special promotions to whet the appetite. The Tea Room in Kirkby will be offering a discount on any slice of homemade cake bought with a cup of coffee. Other cafes throughout the towns will be presenting various offers so make sure you visit your favourite café this week!

Robert Mitchell, Chief Executive of Ashfield District Council, commented ‘Café Culture Week was great for Hucknall and the hard working café owners that took part. We hope that it will be as popular this year. It is a wonderful initiative that supports our local cafes who are at the heart of their communities. There is so much variety available across the District and this week is a celebration of the fantastic independent businesses that are able to flourish in Ashfield”

Ania Iwanina, owner of The Tea Room in Kirkby, said “I am excited to be part of Café Culture Week this year, it is a great opportunity for us to promote our homemade cakes and delicious coffee that we serve. It is lovely that we are able to give a little back to our loyal customers who have helped us to thrive.”