Hogmoor Inclosure Café and Education Room open on 18 July
Café Hogmoor and the Beehive Education Room at Hogmoor Inclosure in Whitehill & Bordon will open to the public for the first time on Saturday 18 July.
Between 10am – 2pm, visitors to the café, which is situated in the heart of leafy Hogmoor Inclosure, will be able to enjoy delicious light refreshments from a takeaway menu, including a selection of barista made coffees, teas and soft drinks, as well as cakes, pastries and sandwiches.
Adhering to government guidelines and keeping customers and staff safe is a top priority. Café workers will wear the appropriate PPE to keep themselves and visitors protected, whilst floor markings will be laid down to ensure there is a safe route in and out of the Café.
When government guidelines allow, the café and education room will completely open inside, enabling people to sit in and enjoy a larger food and drinks menu.
The café will open initially five days a week, Wednesday to Sunday. On Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July, the opening times are 10am to 2pm. Going forward the opening hours will be, Wednesday to Friday 10am to 4pm, and weekends, 9am – 4pm.
Café Hogmoor and the Beehive Education Room are run by the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust, with volunteers and paid employees. Built on the Swedish Fika concept of making time for friends and colleagues to share a drink and something to eat, it will also provide employment, skills development and apprenticeship opportunities.
The facilities are situated close to the children’s play area and onsite WC and changing places facilities, and just a short walk from the free Hogmoor Inclosure car park. Visitors will be able to enjoy the 54 hectares of woodland and heathland, walking and cycling routes, the varied nature and fauna, regular park runs, events and much more, and stop off at the café for delicious refreshments.
We are delighted to be opening Café Hogmoor and the Beehive Education Room. These are great additions to Hogmoor Inclosure, and I am sure many residents from the local community and those travelling from outside the town to visit Hogmoor Inclosure, will enjoy them for many years to come. We hope to have an official opening event when government guidelines allow,” said Julie Butler, Chair, Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust.
You can find out more information about Hogmoor Café and the Beehive Education Room at www.wbcommunitytrust.co.uk