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The concept of having a drop- in centre for members of the public to meet over beverage/tea and /or snacks is centred to Harvesters resource centre. It is import to have such facility in other to provide a wider reach in the community thereby encompassing members of the community (residents and workers) that may not have access to other facility provided by the harvesters research centre.


The coffee/cafe area will have an informal and relaxed décor, providing seating of 10 to 20 customers. There will be small tables seating two to three people, armchairs, and sofa arranged close to the bar/service area. The bar will serve hot and cold drinks non-alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, as well as pastries, sandwiches, and other snakes all at a very competitive prices. Lunchtime users from other local businesses parks will be actively encouraged to patronise the facilities.


In addition, there will be two banks for up to ten PC’s connected to the internet providing ‘filtered’ web surfing, email and other basic PC facilities (word-processing, printing, etc.) to users of the centre. Although part of the same facilities, the ‘cyber’ area will be separated from the main cafe area due to the need to protect the equipment from food and drinks hazards. Again, the internet facilities will be offered at competitive rates.

 

The internet is regarded as one of the largest growing industries in the world due to the numbers of people connecting daily as well as the ease of communication it provides. Adding internet facilities to our services make the said means of communication easier and more accessible.


Also, we propose establish a membership scheme that will be open to local residence as well as members of Harvesters resource centre and other regular users. The scheme will entitle the members to discounted use of the facilities as well as reduces rate on purchase within the centre.

 


 

 

 
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