Neighbour award goes to Alderbury community cafe initiator

Neighbour award goes to Alderbury community cafe initiator

Published at 11:24am 26th January 2020. (Updated at 10:29am 12th March 2020)

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Andy Larkham picks up the accolade after going the extra mile in giving back to the village.

After opening the Boundary Coffee shop over 10 years ago in Alderbury, Andy has shown incredible commitment to the shop.

He's sets up, bakes and serves nearly every Friday morning, and is a very popular figure in the village.

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Andy Larkham with award sponsor, Pam McConnell from Bluestone Vineyards

The coffee shop gives back all profits back to the local community and gives the local residents a place to get together. 

The café has also organised for the Police and local parish council to be available to talk to in the shop, making the community a better place for everyone.

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Andy on stage to collect his award - where he revealed the most popular item they sell is cheese scones!

Neighbour and friend Sarah nominated him and said "the café has made a big difference in the village and everyone's very grateful".

Andy spoke to Spire FM about how he felt about being recognised: 

You can see more photos from the Local Hero Awards 2020, taken by Simon Ward Photography on our Gallery page.

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