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If you are in Hertford and looking for somewhere for tea or coffee, why not try The Oasis Cafe at Hertford Methodist Church?

Staffed by a friendly team of volunteers, the Oasis Cafe is open every weekday from 9.00am to 2.00pm.

As well as the best quality coffee and teas (Fairtrade), they also serve soup, jacket potatoes and other snacks. All of these are at very reasonable prices.

Toys and books are available for toddlers and there is plenty of room for buggies. The chairs are comfortable and there is wheelchair access and a disabled toilet.

In warmer weather you can also enjoy the surroundings of the recently redeveloped courtyard garden!

Everyone is welcome to relax quietly, or to chat with friends or the volunteer staff.

Oasis is recommended by Netmums!

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