New cafe to open in Norwich suburb
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A refurbished storage area in a park is going to open as a new cafe on Good Friday.
The Sir George Morse Park cafe will open on Friday, April 19, near to the Morse Pavilion in Thorpe St Andrew.
Soon to feature a breakfast bar and indoor seating, the building had formerly been used as a storage area for football teams, and is currently in the final stages of refurbishment.
Kate Raven from Nanny's Cakes said: 'The café space has exceeded all expectations and the transformation has been incredible. The builder Clive Pilgrim and town council have done a great job in such a short time.
'I cannot wait to be serving homemade cakes, hot food, drinks, and ice cream to the community from our new home.'
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The park is also set for an investment of more than £49,000 in play equipment.
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