Freindly people clean cafe with amazing cherry scones, lots of Christian resources to buy, some even used at good prices
This is a very nice little coffee shop/cafe run by volunteers on behalf of the Salvation Army and as such is cheap and the food is excellent
If you enter through the front door you'll come into the Salvation Army charity and book shop. The cafe is at the rear where the staff serve you with a smile and good service. Food is lovely and prices are very reasonable.
Great little café to meet friends, cheap and cheerful. Staff are also helpful,(I am disabled) and nothing is a problem.
we call most weekends into mold and use the salvation army for snacks etc, the staff are very pleasant, excellent service and smashing food. I don't mind clearing the table and leaving it tidy for the next customers, though many people don't,
The Salvation Army Café has such a lovely atmosphere. It does get busy on Market days i.e. Wednesday and Friday but what ever day you visit you are always treated to excellent friendly service from both the Salvation Army Officers and the lay volunteers who...More
The Salvation Army Cafe forms part of the Charity Shop and Drop In and I believe is called the Outreach Centre. When I was a boy, Salvation Army establishments were termed the "Citadel"and female officers wore bonnets. How times have changed! but the ethos remains...More