Coffee House continues to help community post lockdown with art exhibition

A traditional 18th century coffee house reimagined for the modern day has been shifting its focus to helping the community since the start of the Pandemic.

Gentlemen Baristas has partnered with social enterprise – Well Grounded – who’ve worked to get just under 500 unemployed people into training and qualification with 85% of those sustaining full time employment.

To raise money for the organisation, Gentlemen Baristas are hosting an art exhibition with coffee at the heart of it.

The exhibition is called ‘The Art of Coffee’ and it’s open from until Sunday.

Henry has been speaking to those involved.


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 22nd September 2021


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