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What's Happening on North Street Cafe - Crewe, Cheshire

What's Happening on North Street cafe offers gluten free bread and wraps as an alternative to any sandwich or wrap on the menu that can be made gluten free (depends on the fillings). Gluten free cakes are always on offer too. Due to space and demand, a full gluten free selection isn't always on display but there will always be gluten free cakes/bread etc out in the back so just ask!

This wonderful community hub and cafe also offers none gluten free items too but they take care to avoid cross contamination by using separate prep boards and utensils for gluten free and the prep area is always wiped down thoroughly before prepping gluten free food.

What's Happening on North Street is a new build church community centre and coffee shop owned and run by the Methodist Church. Opened in 2015, it was built on the site of a former Methodist Church which was demolished and the previous congregation merged with another nearby church. The original plan was to sell off the whole site but a new idea emerged to create a different sort of church and resource for the local community.

The Coffee Shop is open 5 days a week, 10am-4pm and has become a hub both for local people to find friendship while enjoying our quality coffees, sandwiches, panini, cakes and famous bacon baps, and for other information advice, support and activities for the local community. Along with the fantastic food they currently have a wide range of activities including Tai Chi for Health, baby Signing, a Drop in for information and support, and film nights (see website for current events)

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