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Swinnow Morrisons offers cafe for free community meetings

Swinnow Morrisons is launching a new service offering free meeting spaces to West Leeds groups such as new parents, charities, book clubs, craft groups and gaming communities.

Groups can now book tables, which can seat up to 20 people.

Morrisons’ head of cafes Helen Tordoff said:

“We’ve seen more groups use our café spaces as meet-up areas, so we’re delighted to formalise the offering and make it even easier for local communities to come together over a cup of tea and great food.” 

Rachel Taylor, a member of Horsforth Craft Group, said

“Some community centres can be tricky to book as costs can be quite high and there is limited availability. We meet at Morrisons regularly to create our craft masterpieces and would encourage any other clubs to consider Morrisons as an affordable and pleasant place to meet.”

Meet up areas will be available in the Swinnow café between 9am until 11am and 2pm until café closing every weekday.


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