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A team of young people from Aspire Support Learn (ASL) are running a very successful and highly recommended Tea Room at David Livingstone Church, Maddox Road, Harlow, CM20 3RW

Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Friday: Midday — 2.30 pm

All the food is freshly prepared and the menu includes;

  • Afternoon Teas £ 8.00pp
  • Cream Teas £ 3.40pp
  • Unlimited Tea and Coffee
  • Vegetarian and Vegan dishes available.

Booking is recommend: 07791 277043 email: aslharlow@gmail.com

Aspire Support Learn (ASL) are a Community Interest Company non profit organisation that offer work based training to adults with additional needs aged 18+.
ASL aim to improve life skills for independent living and work skills, and allow young people to enjoy and achieve together.

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