Breaking Bread at Michaelhouse Café
Wilson Vale is delighted to soon be opening the doors at Michaelhouse Café in the very heart of Cambridge. Due to start service at the beginning of September in the impressive church conversion, a team of five Wilson Vale staff will be serving up barista coffee and delicious food with a focus on working with the seasons and using the wonderful local produce there is to offer in abundance in this historic town.
Set in the stunning streets of Cambridge centre, just down the road from the building’s owner Great St. Mary’s Church, the café in the Michaelhouse Centre will re-open after its temporary closure following the departure of the previous caterer. It will be great to have the doors open to the public again with Wilson Vale excited to get cooking.
David Anderson, Operations Director at Wilson Vale, said, “We are delighted to be working with the Michaelhouse Centre and are excited to be part of such an important central community hub. The impressive historic setting and the warmth and welcoming feel of the Centre is a wonderful place to be a part of. With our core Wilson Vale ethos firmly fixed on serving fresh, seasonal and local produce, we instantly had a synergy with the values of Michaelhouse. In a time of challenges, it is brilliant to be embarking on a new partnership in such a prestigious setting.”
The Vicar of Great St. Mary’s, The Rev. Canon Adrian Daffern, says “It is great to be re-opening and we are pleased to be working with caterers Wilson Vale to provide good value, high quality food and drink which is locally and sustainably sourced. We’re also delighted that the Deputy Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr. Alex Collis will be joining us on September 1st for the first cup of coffee.”