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New cafe opens in Wisbech Park which aims to be ‘community hub’ in town





A new cafe in the heart of Wisbech Park has officially opened to members of the public.

Crazy Cow Cafe opened today and offers a range of hot and cold food and drinks as well as offering a community space for meetings, workshops and small-scale performances.

The pavilion building consists internally of a community room, an office and a café, as well as two toilets, one of which is an accessible Changing Places toilet designed to support the needs of all people with disabilities or mobility challenges.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Wisbech, together with Gemma Hammond, from Crazy Cow Catering
The Mayor and Mayoress of Wisbech, together with Gemma Hammond, from Crazy Cow Catering

The cafe comes as part of a successful bidding process from Wisbech Town Council - which has been granted a licence to operate the cafe element.

Wisbech Town Council will be operating and managing the pavilion, as a tenant of Fenland District Council.

Gemma, Joey, Summer and Danny form the Crazy Cow Catering team and have said they want to make the cafe a “hub of the community.”

The Crazy Cow will be open for six days a week, being closed on Mondays, from 8am to 4pm during winter months.

During summer, the cafe will be open until 6pm.

Mayor of Wisbech Peter Human said: “This marks a significant milestone in our shared commitment to fostering vibrant and inclusive community spaces, where residents can come together, connect, relax and create lasting memories.”



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