Stop off for a coffee when catching a train from Frome Railway Station
A NEW coffee shop has opened opposite Frome Railway Station.
The Coffee Station is in an old portable building and has been transformed with timber cladding and a seating area inside and out.
The owner is Tim Ahmet and the café has been set up by Tim Neate.
The Coffee Station sources its bacon and sausages from local butchers H E Williams and staff will be serving freshly brewed coffee, pastries and snacks, bacon and sausage rolls, tea, cakes, sandwiches, toasties and paninis.
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Mr Neate added: "And we are all baristas so you can be sure of a really good coffee."
Tash Glass, Helen Robinson and Jack Rogers will be preparing, serving food and drinks from 6.30am on weekdays and most Saturdays from 9am.
The opening of the café coincides with a £500,000 project to refurbish and repair the Grade II-listed station opposite.
The original train shed at the station remains almost entirely intact and is probably the last of its type still in use in the Western Region.
Work began in April and was likely to take 14 weeks to complete.