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Cafe in Central Park East Ham is launched with a super party

PUBLISHED: 08:00 23 June 2012

MP Stephen Timms and the Kitchen Table Team at the opening of the new cafe at Central Park, East Ham

MP Stephen Timms and the Kitchen Table Team at the opening of the new cafe at Central Park, East Ham

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Cafe launched with super party

There was a great party in Central Park, East Ham, last week for the official opening of the Kitchen Table@Central Park.

East Ham MP Stephen Timms came along to the party with his wife, Leng, and spoke of his love of the cafe building @ Central Park and how pleased he is that The Kitchen Table team are now running it.

The party went with a swing led by music from Echo a gospel band and Candy Apple Blue an East Ham based group who played and sang many well known numbers.

Over 100 people enjoyed the afternoon including representatives of several community groups that the Kitchen Table team works in partnership with including Three Mills Craft association, Patiko Baker project and Community Links.

Ola Rug, Newham Council’s parks development worker spoke of looking forward to working with the Kitchen Table team to plan lots of fun events in the cafe for local people.

The Kitchen Table Cafe @ Central Park is open seven days a week from 10-6pm. Anyone who comes in during June with a copy of the article in the Newham Recorder will be entitled to a free tea, coffee or fruit juice.

The Kitchen Table team who have been running the Cafe @ St. Barts’s church for the past three years, and have now branched out to run the Central Park cafe.


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