Did someone say cake? A great new coffee shop now open in Pelsall

Images posted on Facebook by the Reading Rooms

It’s always great to hear from old pals of the blog, and Laura Hucker mailed me a couple of weeks ago to tell me that she was starting a new venture at Pelsall Village Centre: The Reading Rooms coffee shop in the Book Exchange, the community-run library there.

This terrific looking cake stop opened to the public just yesterday (Tuesday 29th May 2018) to rave reviews, and I for one will whip out my passport and will be over there in the principality as soon as I can to sample the goodies on offer: Laura made a fantastic job of the fairs she ran and they bode well for a great social and food space that will really become a focus for the community.

Since Brownhills Community Association have become involved with the Village Centre in Pelsall, it’s really picking up with so much going on there (see here) and it’s good to see Pelsall finally benefit from the expertise and dedication of people who really make the Community Centre in Brownhills the hive of activity it is. Best wishes to all involved.

You can find out more about The Reading Rooms at their website here, or their Facebook here – and you can learn more, including opening hours and contact details below.

The Reading Rooms was established in May 2018 as a result of a demand for excellent coffee and exciting cake whilst the people of Pelsall enjoyed activities and The Book Exchange services at the Pelsall Village Centre. The Centre, now re-named ‘The Hub’ is a great space with a vibrant range of activities, see our What’s On page.

The mission of The Reading Rooms is to provide an area where individuals, groups and families can enjoy the space provided by The Hub whilst enjoying excellent quality coffee brewed locally, great tea, quality food, and, most importantly, really special cake!

The Reading Rooms will grow with the demands of the people of Pelsall and surrounding areas, and Laura, business owner and the main face of The Reading Rooms, looks forward to inviting you with a smile. We will be holding a wide range of events once we are settled in, and we cannot wait for you to join us!

Julia and Anne also work at The Reading Rooms two days a week, and they too look forward to welcoming you.

Looking for a bit of company? View more details about our inclusion in the Chatter and Natter Scheme!

Pelsall Village Centre
High Street

Telephone: 01543 373768

Email: hello@the-reading-rooms.co.uk

MONDAY – FRIDAY: 8:30am – 3pm
SATURDAY: 9:30am – 11:30am
SUNDAY: Closed

SATURDAY: 9:30am – 11:30am
SUNDAY: Closed

For any further details regarding the Book Exchange, room hire or activities, please contact Janet Davies on 07977 464 908 or email janet.davies@brownhillsca.org.uk

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2 Responses to Did someone say cake? A great new coffee shop now open in Pelsall

  1. Sheila Creed says:

    Good Luck on this new venture. i hope folk are not confused with referring it being at the Community Centre , Pelsall Community Centre are already well established within distance of this venture which is held within Pelsall Village Centre which hosts a community room .

    • BrownhillsBob says:

      I think most folk are sensible enough to find it, particularly as the first paragraph says ‘Pelsall Village Centre’


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