Daisy Rose Coffee House

Situated near the local Belmont college and an RSPCA charity shop is a community hub called the Daisy Rose Coffee House. Caroline Atkinson quoted; “Daisy Rose isn’t just a café but a community hub”.

Numerous community groups meet there. For example, walking clubs, reading clubs, writing clubs and anyone who wants a chat and coffee. The café also has a community library where you can donate any boook you want and vice versa. They have both adult and children’s books to choose from. In addition, the decor is plain and welcoming. Not to mention, various inspirational quotes can be found around the cafe

Daisy Rose, has a creative and comfortable mix of seating types. Including, cosey armchair seats and plastic classroom seats. Although the front of the building looks small and compact it isquite spacious inside. The lighting throughout the building is good, not too bright nor too dim. The counter is situated at the back directly forward from the doorway. The staff are friendly and those serving serve with a smile and are happy to chat with anyone who indicates that they want to.


Accessibility at Daisy Rose Coffee House

The doors are just wide enough for a wheelchair to get through. The flooring from entrance to the narrow accessible toilet is flat. Unfortunately, accessible toilet is very narrow and so one may struggle to get a wheelchair into it. On the other hand, there is a babby changing facility and hand holds to support oneself.

Whilst there are no braille or large print menus there are plans to acquire some. Staff are happy to read the menu to you it is required. TNot to mention, the menu is currently available to be read upon their website. WIFI is available to all customers. Importantly Caroline and her team are aware of neurologically diverse people and have training in dementia awareness. They can accommodate the need for smaller simpler meals. This may help those with dementia, and Alzheimer’s simply because they may struggle to recognise certain foods. Furthermore, the flooring is a monotone colour which may help those with dementia as sometimes they mistake black patterns on the floor as holes or cracks, they can fall through. Staff are aware to ask about allergies and they provide alternative milk for those who are lactose intolerant.

Daisy Rose has an understanding of various disabilities, this being because of some of their employees that work there.

More info can be found at their facebook.

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