Chorlton Coffee Festival… tell me more!
We live in and love Chorlton…for its cafés and its culture. The original idea for the Chorlton Coffee Festival came from the desire to bring out the best of Chorlton’s ‘cafe culture’ by celebrating coffee (and its sister tea!) with a festival – woo hoo! A festival that celebrates lattes, cappuccinos, espressos, Americanos and whatever on earth it is you fancy. Black coffee anyone? Coffee and cream? What does Chorlton have on offer, anyway? It’s not just coffee…
Coffee? Chorlton? Cafes? Tell me what’s happening!
Chorlton Coffee Festival 2013 was a 3 day event in which Chorlton’s cafés hosted your lovely selves for a weekend dedicated to coffee and a celebration of cafe culture. With each one brilliantly showing off what’s great about themselves as a venue, the cafés put on special events and even offered you some special deals on their delicious coffees and related food and drink!
Saturday 29th saw the launch of the Chorlton Coffee Festival HUB. Located in Chorlton Central Church. This was an exhibition space for various individuals and organisations associated with the coffee industry to show off what’s great about themselves, give talks, lead workshops, offer advice and expertise, and much more. We’re currently having a short break after the success of this year’s festival, but you can still like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to be the first in the know when it comes to the next year’s goings on!
Don’t forget to get in touch with the coffee festival crew…
If you are more than curious and wish to participate, hit the email button and drop us a line. We’ll tell you how to register your café if you’re an owner or manager, how to sponsor if you wish to throw money at us (we’ll make good use of it and splash your name all over in the most tasteful manner), how to contribute if you want to share something fun or intellect-u-al by way of an event or activity or how to volunteer if you love coffee (we may let you off if you’re yet to be initiated!) so much you could jump up and down and scream at the thought of actually volunteering for the first coffee festival in this neck of the woods.