Craven Leisure’s Revive Café reopens for takeaways from June 8
Craven District Council is reopening the Revive Café in Craven Leisure for takeaway drinks and ice-cream from Monday June 8.
The café, in Aireville Park, Skipton, will serve a range of coffees, teas, cold drinks, milkshakes and ice-creams.
For the safety of staff and members of the public, the building will only be open via the side door to the café, and only one customer will be allowed in at a time. The Craven Leisure toilets will remain closed and there will be no seating areas available.
Anthony Slater, Deputy Manager at Craven Leisure, said: “We’re delighted that we are able to open up our Revive Café from Monday June 8.
“We look forward to welcoming customers for takeaway drinks and ice-creams. All the team at Craven Leisure are looking forward to being able to reopen fully when it is safe to do so, but in the meantime please do come along and treat yourselves at our Revive Café.
“We would ask everyone to be mindful of social distancing and to follow the procedures we have put in place. We’d also like to urge everyone to take their litter home or use one of the many bins within Aireville Park.”
Protective screens have been installed for café staff. Craven Leisure itself remains closed in line with Government guidance.