Café bar owners unveil new facilities for customers

PUBLISHED: 15:00 18 November 2017

The new owners of a café bar in Uphill have been investing in the business to make it more welcoming to customers.

Delyth and Philip Lloyd-Evans took over Uphill Wharf Café Bar, in Uphill Wharf, earlier this year.

In just a few months, they have refurbished the breakfast bar and carried out improvements to the walls, flooring and back-of-house areas.

They are now celebrating the completion of their new toilet facilities which are suitable for disabled customers and have baby-changing facilities too.

The couple made the improvements after seeking guidance from customers and loyal supporter Julie Andrews was invited along to cut the ribbon to officially open the disabled facilities.

Delyth and Philip are keen to support community groups through their business and they have been selling poppies and displaying cards and artwork made by people from the area.

MORE: Poppy puppy helps raise money for appeal.

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