South Stack Cafe welcomes all

Posted by Tina Gardner on 15/10/2010

The RSPB welcomes thirsty and hungry climbers and walkers to the newly refurbished South Stack Cafe, near Holyhead, Anglesey.

The RSPB took over ownership of the cafe in Spring 2010. The South Stack Cafe is open every day from 10am - 5pm (except Christmas Day) until 4 January 2011.

The cafe features:

  • Local produce served
  • Hot food served daily
  • Friendly RSPB staff
  • 100% of profits made is spent directly on nature/wildlife/habitat conservation & protection
  • South Stack is a beautiful location set amidst stunning scenery and wildlife

Why not pop in after a climb or walk? Alternatively it can also be used as a venue for functions and business/club meetings.  The new owners are willing to host out of hours meetings which may be handy for BMC volunteers.



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