BBC's Val Armstrong finally gets her wish with new cemetery cafe



Nearly 10 years ago, Val Armstrong had an idea.
She was visiting the grave of a friend with her late mother, Olive at Carlisle’s Richardson Street cemetery. Afterwards, both Val and her mum wanted to grab a cup of tea – but there was nowhere to go.
But yesterday Val officially opened Gatehouse Cafe at the entrance to the cemetery offering much more than that elusive cuppa.
“It was about eight or nine years ago that we first had the idea,” Val, who is a presenter for BBC Radio Cumbria, said.
“After we’d been to visit the grave, we both wanted a cup of tea and to use the loo. That was when I... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 24
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