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LilyAnne's Coffee Bar / Articles posted by lilyanne

Hartlepool Veterans & Bluelight group has launched at LilyAnne's Coffee Bar on Saturday 1st February 2020. A new group in Hartlepool that aims to create a strong and local cohesive that supports members of the armed forces and emergency services currently serving and veterans. The first event was attended by 15 people who enjoyed live music, food and tabletop games. Founder of the Group Matthew Arnold who recently left the army wanted to create a pier to pier support group after discovering there was...

We are a community-focused business we like to try and make a difference within the community where we can. This is why when we heard Hartlepool Community Soup was back we jumped at the chance to support the event by providing the soup and bio-degradable plastic-free soup containers. What is Community Soup? Community soup is a fantastic concept and is a great way to support the community. Basically a number of community groups pitch the ideas for projects they need support with. But these are not...

LilyAnne's Coffee Bar was approached by a member of our Veteran's Breakfast Club recently for help. The veteran too ashamed by his circumstances did not wish to be named or have too much attention on the situation but approached the team for support because he was soon to gain custody of his daughter. The situation was he felt ashamed that he was unable to afford any clothing or toys for her to wear or play with. Then stepped in our team members who...

Each and every time one of our customers order a Coffee they are helping making Dyke House Beautiful. This is because our used coffee grinds recycled and donated to community spaces across the Dyke House area They are placed inside the beautiful flower beds across the Dyke House Area, which are planted with the support of Big Local and planted and cared for by The Annexe and the local residents of the Dyke House area to make the area beautiful. Why?  Coffee is a popular...

The New Cleveland Police Chief Constable Richard Lewis and The Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner is the police and crime commissioner Barry Coppinger popped into LilyAnne's Coffee Bar during a community walkabout in Hartlepool and suspended a large number of Coffee's to support those in Hartlepool. Both CC Richard Lewis and PCC Barry Coppinger pledged support for the suspended coffee scheme and praised the success of the scheme in Hartlepool. The Suspended Coffee Scheme makes a huge difference across Hartlepool with vouchers...

LilyAnne's Coffee Bar is committed to supporting our local community in various different ways. Aside from supporting our community in various ways, we are looking to offer our space for blocks of an hour on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for community groups of 5 - 15 people. Offering a central Hartlepool location to meet within a town centre location connected to all transport roots in and out of the town centre with ample car parking available. We offer Breakfast style clubs whereby you...

LilyAnne's is proud of our deep-rooted local and community values. As part of a local commitment to supporting local businesses, we are now proud to have partnered with a local community Coffee Roaster. While we ensure we continue our ethical commitment to ensure our coffee farmers are getting a fair price that will enable them to grow next years crops and support the families and communities who supply our coffee. We believe in ensuring the farmers in the countries our coffee is imported...

LilyAnne's Coffee Bar is delighted to have been shortlisted for the best newcomer to business award in the Hartlepool Business Awards Forum. The whole team are incredibly proud of the work we have achieved within the community since we launched the business. Every day we work to make a difference within the community we work, It is our mission to ensure we support the community we live and work in. We strongly believe in making deep-rooted commitments within our community that makes much...

LilyAnne's Coffee Bar is proud to support Save Hartlepool's Heugh Battery Museum. After having a  discussion with Councillor Dave Hunter we as a business within the community who looks to support other businesses, and community groups we needed to get behind this incredible cause and support the 16-mile Tommy to Tommy coastal walk from Seaham to Hartlepool. Which set off from Seaham’s Tommy statue to the Heugh gun battery’s own Tommy silhouette, We offered the Coffee Bar as a central location for...

LilyAnne's Coffee Bar is proud to support our community and one of the ways in which we support our armed forces and emergency services community is by offering a supportive safe space within a relaxing environment. Each Saturday from 9.30am Servicing armed forces, veterans and emergency service workers and retired workers are invited to come to our Breakfast mornings. Enabling those who want to make new friends and meet like-minded friends can do so within a supportive environment free from judgment to...