Sustainable coffee shop relocating to Bristol

PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 June 2018

Calm coffee bar will relocate to Bristol. Picture: Google

Calm coffee bar will relocate to Bristol. Picture: Google


A coffee bar has served its final cappuccinos and lattes in Somerset.

Calm coffee bar, in Burnham’s High Street, will relocate to Bristol after three successful years in the town.

Calm was named the best café in Somerset in 2016 and was popular for selling organic products.

Its studio at the back of the store was often used for pop-up wellbeing workshops.

The café also regularly displayed artwork created by artists living in the area.

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The café’s owner, Tiffany Louise Lin, said: “We have had a great three years in Burnham.

“I want to thank all our wonderful customers for their support but now is the time to relocate.

“We will move to Bristol city centre in July to expand our services.

“Having access to a larger employee talent pool will make a big difference as there is a lot of gifted baristas and management based in Bristol.”

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