Camberlot: Pupils Open Community Cafe
On Saturday 9 February, pupils from Camberlot House at Bede’s Senior School in Upper Dicker invited residents of the village and surrounding area for coffee and homemade cake, as part of the pupils’ ongoing mission to reach out and engage with their local community.
At 10.30am, residents of the village were greeted by a range of Camberlot boarding pupils from across all school years, ranging in ages 13 to 18.
Visitors enjoyed homemade brownies and ginger cake, coffee, and the opportunity to relax and chat in the new ‘Cambo Café’ area between Dorter and Camberlot House.
Camberlot Deputy Housemaster, Mr Sealey, says, “The morning was a great success and the pupils did themselves proud. Pupils and village residents enjoyed the opportunity to get to know each other better, hear stories from Dicker days gone by, and see the importance of community spirit when living in such close proximity. I am already looking forward to inviting them in again in the future.”