365-251 Saturday Morning At The Sanctuary Cafe, Lymm Village, Cheshire
Ahh, a nice pot of Fairtrade tea or fancy coffee and a freshly baked cake. What more could you ask for on a Saturday morning when taking your books back to Lymm library in Davies Way.
The Sanctuary cafe is between the library and Brookfield Roads' United Reformed Church (Thomas Risley Church) and can be reached from either. Its thankfully christian with a small c, even nicer when you grew up as a card carrying fallen catholic like myself.
They are usually open from about 9.30am where a fresh bacon butty (or Lymm folk may well call them Bacon Sarnies - I dont know) is a good way to start the day. They will toast it too if you ask. There is a corner for kids to play if you have a small one in tow. Lawrence the gaffer does a good job and the volunteers will always go that extra mile for you.
They have some fairtrade nic-naks on offer usually and its a nice change from the other village alternatives. A nice it of sanctuary now my ears had settled down from the night before www.flickr.com/photos/hotpixuk/4409614624/
Another fine church interior (very close to Lymm) www.flickr.com/photos/hotpixuk/3691489296/
Some Lymm racyness seen at the side of the Dam www.flickr.com/photos/hotpixuk/3691489296/