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  1. Anonymous says:

    Status changed from Pending to Abandoned.

  2. Ros wolfe says:

    Congratulations coffee cranks! I’m from another collective who tendered for the pavilion in Alexandra park, and we’d just like to say we’re really happy that you won – we’re just starting out and it’s lovely to see that it is possible for cooperatives to break through and get premises. Well done, you give us hope ?

    We’re really interested in using local spaces for community events etc; if you’d possibly be interested in chatting and hopefully working together please get in touch (

    Thanks – looking forward to the opening!


  3. Thank you Ros. We’ll be in touch shortly. xx

  4. Agnieszka Jaroszewicz says:

    Ros, would you send us an email with details about your project and what you do to cafe at coffeecrankscoop org uk please. Thank you. Looking forward to hearing from you.

  5. carolyn says:

    Read that you are coming to Alexandra Park. The previous inhabitants it has to be said were over priced and my concern as someone who has lived facing the park for the best part of 30 years, is that whoever comes, caters for the whole community and not just the well off. The park is surrounded by significant black, asian and working class communities and there was almost an aparteid system, where very few of these used / could afford to use the cafe. It is my belief that if you are on a high street, great, as much variety as possible, however when you are in a Public Park, you really should be accessible to everyone who might need refreshments. A neighbor of mine got a work placement and only stayed that day, as he felt it was too “posh” he felt most uncomfortable and also could not even eat there, as they did not have any halal options, most others just did not go. Out of their reach. Welcome and I do hope that you consider the issues raised. I really would like to see it serve EVERYONE.

  6. Kath O says:

    I agree with Carolyn. I was in the cafe this weekend and saw no evidence that the local community has been catered for. Where are the plantain crisps, chin chin, patties or Somali cakes? All these food stuffs are easily sourced from local providers and would be a clear declaration that the cafe is open for all in keeping with the original and enduring ethos of the park as an amenity for everyone in the local area.