Have passed this place on many occasions and wondered what it was, so popped in with friends. There's a rustic little cafe with a nice menu(if you like eggs). We had some coffees which were nice,and the waitresses were very friendly. my friends and I thought how nice it was the staff are able to wear thier own comfortable clothes and crocs,along with brightly colour t-shirts. Obviously cleanliness wasn't a big deal as no-one was wearing gloves or hairnets,and there was a dog wandering around. but this fits in with the no frills style of the complex. Onto the shop with lots of localish produce, a little overpriced for me, but great for tourists or retired folk with money to spare. Also there are a few strange "upcyled" articles there, obviously not selling, as they were covered in dust. The plant centre was ok, just like any wyevale. I'm sure behind the rustic country theme they portray, there's a slick money making machine behind the scenes! I hear wyevales for sale, you should make an offer!
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