Above: a row of push chairs outside so mums with toddlers were inside having a cup of coffee inside!
Two interior pictures: The Espresso coffee machine was the first in the county. Upstairs was a function room, also used as the dining room for many workers who often ate there. Dinner was always at mid-day until the late 1900s.
The Price List on the wall
in the picture reads:
Tomato & Cheese
Pork Pie (Slices) 6d &
SWEETS, ICES AND
Cedar Cafe - In the 1960s the Cedar Cafe in Church Street was a regular haunt for teenagers. Mr Hart kept the cafe with his wife and two daughters. A Juke Box was installed and music was played almost constantly. Mr. Hart never minded how long we sat there with just one cup of coffee! He alo had a taxi business. [at 24 Church Street - now a curry house - KC]