We’re delighted that the Bee Shack Cafe is now officially out of hibernation.We close each year after Christmas to then re open on the first Saturday of March.We shake ourselves free of winter leaves and stumble out into the daylight rubbing our eyes-..
It’s then straight into the task of plumping up the cushions, polishing the windows & straightening the bunting in preparation for our customers.
Thankyou to everyone who has visited and left us with such warm and helpful feedback. The little savoury tarts we’re now serving have gone down a treat and the locally sourced West Country tapas plates are also a bit of a win.
The Little Savoury Tarts will be available on our online shop as soon as I get round to sorting the packaging- probably another a couple of weeks from now.
From the summer we’re hoping to gain a little more room in the Bee Shack for a couple of extra tables & a safe childs play area.
All monies taken on Bee Shack days are given over to the extremely prudent Charlotte who invests wisely in all things green. If you do come to visit on the first Saturday- next Bee shack day is Saturday May, 1st you’ll see the new little polytunnel & raised beds which were financed this way.
We’re now able to grow veggies & salads for the Bee shack as well as bringing on young hedge cuttings, trees & meadow flowers for later planting.
As this year is hurtling along at such a pace we’re also beginning our annual preparations to visit Glastonbury Festival with our mini Cafe. We love meeting customers new & old over tea and cake & we’ll be wearing interpretations of Alice in Wonderland this year for your added amusement! Deckchairs, cushions & pink fluffy parasols will be reporting for dutyas per usual.
Wishing everyone lots more of this beautiful sunshine,
New Mini poly tunnel
Our Stand at the Food and Drink Expo, NEC March 2010