New cafe opens at Yatton railway station

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A new cafe costing £250,000 has opened in the waiting room of Yatton railway station in North Somerset.

The Strawberry Line Cafe was set up with the help of the Brandon Trust and will give people with learning disabilities work experience.

One of the directors, Irene Stubbs, said the community "needed the cafe" and it would be a "great asset".

She added the idea for the facility, at the Brunel-designed station, had been in the making for about four years.

The Brandon Trust is a Bristol-based charity that works with people who have behavioural and learning problems.

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