Fusion Organic Café, Sheffield: Tasty food by social enterprise helping young people with learning disabilities.

Fusion organic café is a social enterprise by Freeman College, which is part of Ruskin Mill Trust – the UK wide charity specialising in educational and residential provision for young people with learning disabilities and difficulties.

The cafe serves delicious fresh food, including soups, quiches, sandwiches, and daily specials.

Fusion cafe is fully integrated into Freeman College’s education programme, providing a framework for learning, growth and development. Students get a hands-on experience of the whole cycle of food production and service – from seed to table.

Image first published on goodnewsshared.com.

Wherever possible, locally sourced ingredients are used in the food on offer at Fusion café, with some actually being grown by students themselves.

With friendly staff and tasty, reasonably priced food, Fusion café should definitely be on your list of lunch places to visit when you are next in the centre of Sheffield.

Located in The Butcher Works, a restored cutlery and grinding workshop in Sheffield, just a short walk away from Sheffield Train Station, the café is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 3:30pm.

Address: 74 Arundel St, Sheffield S1 2NS.

The above article by Nisha Kotecha first published on goodnewsshared.com in Apr, 2018.

Fusion Café was last modified: May 1st, 2018 by thisisgoodwork