We’ve had lots of support from local organisations and residents while we’ve been setting up the café, and we’d like to say thank you!

Follow the links below to find out more about who we’ve been working with so far and who will be helping us out in the future:

Radian – Our landlord and financial supporter.

Good Taste – A leading independent bakery based in Camberley who supply Café 1759 with their fantastic range of bakery products.

Rise ‘n’ Shine Bakehouse – a Bordon based micro-bakery which supplies our baps for our famous breakfast baps! We’ll also be working with Alex from Rise ‘n’ Shine on cookery courses in 2019.

Tomba’s Coffee Solutions – Locally based in Southampton, Tomba’s Coffee Solutions will be supplying us with their own blend of great tasting coffee that all coffee fanatics will love!

Owtons Hampshire – Award-winning family butchers who supply Café 1759 with all our meats including their delicious sausages and bacon.

Dennis Edwards – A local family-owned food wholesaler who will be supplying Café 1759 with a range of goods sourced from across the UK.

Deadwater Valley Trust – We’ll be working with DVT to help you to become more active and make the most of your local area.

East Hants District Council – We’ve been working with EHDC on the Healthy New Town project.

Furniture Helpline – Just across the road from the café, this is a real gem! If you’re on the look out for good quality, second hand furniture for your home or you’d like to try your hand at upcycling, this is the place to go!

Whitehill and Bordon Town Partnership – We look forward to working with the group on future activities

Phoenix Theatre – A wonderful, lively venue just around the corner.

Community First – For support with recruiting volunteers.

Woolmer Forest Heritage Society – Thank you for your help, specifically with naming the café!