"My name is Kirsty. I have been volunteering since 2015. I live in the town and have made great friendships with people especially with one girl and her 3 children who I wouldn't have met if I was not at Tea4U.”
Barbara has overall responsibility for food supplies and organising rotas. An accomplished cook and hostess who loves to entertain and meet all who come into Tea4U.
"I look forward to Fridays and seeing familiar faces at Tea4U and to have a chat with friends. We have many regular visitors and it is great to see them coming back week after week.”
Handcrafted cakes, scones, sandwiches, soup and rolls that instantly brighten up your day. Added to this we supply milk, sugar, butter and homemade jam together with your pot of tea. Served at spacious tables to provide you with a refreshing break. Bring your friends or make some new ones.
We are a Community Cafe which is open on Fridays from 11.30 a.m. until 3.30 p.m. serving tea, cakes, scones and soup with rolls or bread.
Some of our Customers
Once people get to know we are here and realise we welcome bikes, buggies, shopping trolleys and wheelchairs (along with all those seeking a nice cup of tea) we find they return again and again. Our Community Cafe is wheelchair accessible by the lift; we also have a spacious disabled toilet and play areas for children. We have not forgotten babies – yes, we have a high chair readily available – just ask if you do not see it straight away.
"I often call in on a Friday , it makes a welcome break if I have been in The Church Mouse Charity Shop. I have come to know Barbara and her team.”
I am a regular visitor to the Tea4U Cafe. I have taken part in activities such as music and stories. I know all the staff and helpers and enjoy the tea and chat.
"I cycle into Enniskillen most Fridays, Tea4U is my favourite place for a bite to eat. I can also bring my bike in off the street.”