Chatters Community Café is open every Thursday from 9.15am until last orders at 5pm (except when Wellworth Players use the Pavilion) in Needingworth Village Hall Pavilion (Overcote Lane, Needingworth, PE27 4TU see map below) for tea, coffee, cakes, snacks and hot meals.
It began in March 2009, and has been managed and run by a team of local volunteers since then.
Sample Menu from 2016
Breakfast Special and Light Bites
|Cooked Breakfast (Available until 11.00 am)||£2.40|
|2 sausages, Egg, Bacon, Beans & 2 slices of toast|
|Extra items||50p each|
|Toast – White or Brown Bread||60p|
|Beans on Toast||£1.20|
|Scrambled Egg on Toast||£1.20|
|Sandwiches – on White or Brown Bread||£1.50|
|Fillings include Cheese & Tomato, Ham, Tuna Mayonnaise, Bacon|
|Fillings include Cheese, Ham, Jam, Marmite|
|Children’s Lunch Box||£1.50|
|Child’s sandwich, drink, crisps and choice of small cake, biscuits or banana|
Toasted Sandwiches & Jacket Potatoes
|Fillings include Cheese , Cheese & Bacon, Tuna Melt, Ham & Cheese|
|Jacket Potatoes (Served between 11.30- 1.30 pm) One Filling||£1.70|
|Fillings:- Cheese, Baked Beans, Tuna Mayonnaise, Coleslaw|
|Each additional filling||50p|
Snacks & Cakes
|Homemade Cakes||40p to £1.00|
|Cup/Mug of Tea||70p|
|Pot of Tea||£1.00|
|Freshly Ground Cup of Coffee/Latte||£1.00|
|Freshly Ground Mug of Coffee/Latte||£1.50|
|Hot Chocolate Indulgence (with cream and marshmallows)||£1.20|
|Squash – Orange or Blackcurrant||30p|
|Fizzy Drinks (can)||70p|
Could you be a Chatters Volunteer?
If you’d like to volunteer for your local community Café and join our friendly team, please contact Alison Thompson, Café Manager on 07745 111272
Computers at Chatters (closed awaiting new volunteers)
Every Thursday from 1.30-3.30 Peter Cooper, or a colleague, is in Chatters to provide access and to offer advice and training on any aspect of using a computer, phone or tablet – just £1 for upto 1 hour session. You can use our computers and internet connection, or bring in your own equipment. Over 100 people have taken advantage of this opportunity to date.
We can also help with researching your family history, or share what we have found out about the history of Holywell-cum-Needingworth (even more than is currently on this website). You are especially welcome if you would like to help in any way with this village history project (see here for ideas).
The Village Hall in Needingworth now has its own free Wi-Fi link. The password is available in Chatters.Back to the top of page
Some ways that Computers at Chatters used to be able to help
- how to use your new laptop, phone or tablet
- how to create documents or spreadsheets
- how to surf the web safely
- how to find free software
- how to research your family history (we have access to a paid subscription site)
- how to move photos from your camera or phone
- how to shop and bank online safely
- how to use email
- how to use Windows 8
- how to get route maps
- etc etc
Why this page on Chatters Community Café in a history website?
- this was were it started (a customer asked about the Tabbitt family)
- you can come and meet Peter here (almost) every Thursday, to talk about the history
- Chatters has no website of its own
There are many tempting things on our menu, so go on – indulge yourself with one of our delicious homemade cakes while you have a drink and read a newspaper! Check out what community activities or events are on. Young Mums, Children, Arts & Crafts, Check your email, surf the net, learn new skills and more – there’s something for everyone at Chatters.
This map shows the Pavilion and Village Hall (where Chatters is) and the entrance to the car park from Overcote Lane.
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Chatters Community Café Logo was kindly donated by local graphic designer Leila Schmitz firstname.lastname@example.org
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