Local produce on the menu at the Pavilion Café
The Pavilion Café at the summit of Williamson Park in Lancaster is on a mission to make their menu as local, home made and healthy as possible.
The café already serves a wide variety of high quality food and drink sourced from local suppliers and the new café supervisor, James Reed has his sights set on making the most of the great produce available in Lancashire.
James said: “Recent feedback from our customers has shown that the new choices on the menu are proving popular. We already use unique blends of coffees and teas from Atkinson’s of Lancaster and other local producers on the menu include home made desserts by Lathams of Broughton.
“We are talking to more local suppliers to see how we can make the most of what is available close by whilst keeping our prices as reasonable as possible.”
If you need another reason to visit, try the ‘£2.50 Tuesday’ where you can try anything on the specials board for a bargain price. If you fancy a working lunch at the park you can bring your laptop and enjoy free internet access and use the stunning views for inspiration.
From Friday, July 20 until Sunday September 2, the café will be extending its hours of opening until 8pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Coun Ron Sands, Cabinet Member with responsibility for tourism and culture, said: "Williamson Park is one of the district's most popular attractions which is why it is important that the council continues to find ways of improving what it has to offer and provide an all round memorable experience for visitors to the park.
"As such, we are very keen to gather feedback from those who visit Williamson Park so that we can find out what people want and how we can improve what's on offer."
Everyone is welcome to share their views and write about their experience at the park by posting yellow leaves on the trees on the walls in café.
Alternatively you can have your say by completing an on-line questionnaire at www.lancaster.gov.uk/williamsonpark
Date Updated: 31/07/12