Your mouth waters just thinking of this place. Not only does the deli on Cold Bath Road offer delicious foods fit for a king’s banquet in a variety that supercedes all the colours of the rainbow, it also the true embodiment of Harrogate’s wellness landscape.
Good deeds for a healthy town
Its owners are keen to make the deli a place where people can come together enjoy tea, cake, clubs and social activities. With their varied background in journalism, editing and the world of wellbeing, they have a lot to offer besides tasty dishes. here are just a few of their “good deeds” and there are more to come.
Helping the children
The deli helped to raise money for the playground facilities at Western Primary School. They answered the school’s plea to local businesses to help raise £100,000-plus to build “a new playground for and by the community.” The Cold Bath Deli donated 50p from every cup of coffee bought between 8.30 am and 10.30 am. Their contribution in November of £120 has helped to put a smile on a lot of children’s faces. Such acts of generosity are the foundation of community wellness.
The fight against loneliness
Tracey and her husband are also keen to help get people out. Improving social activities can seriously impact on a person’s emotional wellbeing. This kind of positive campaigning makes for a healthier town all round.
Promoting source locally
The couple’s efforts to support harrogate and its business (an essential factor to Community Wellness in the sixth dimension of Security) by sourcing locally. They believe very much in working together and have strong collaborative relations with “Little Breads”, “Weetons” and “Bean and Bud” to name a few.
Cold Bath Deli was one of several businesses to offer assistance to the You’re Inspired Challenge for Saint Michael’s Hospice run by Absolute Commercial Interiors. Naturally they offered what they do best: supplying a delicious range of cakes, tray bakes and treats for the bake sale at the Cycle Challenge.
Their charitable efforts don’t stop there. They also supply food to St Mark’s Church for their “Resurrected Bites” Cafe – a pay-as-you-feel café helping to reduce food waste. The principle here is simple and inspiring: People pay as they feel, with their money or time, to help cover the costs of collecting and redistributing the excess food, and running the cafe itself. A big focus of the venture is the environmental impact of food waste which is a major cause of carbon emissions, and therefore climate change. Maybe you’d like to get involved too?
For more information on Resurrected Bites contact Michelle Hayes – tel 01423 544528 or 0784 741 8552 email email@example.com
Thoughtful, organised and yummy
Back to the yummy food now! Just like their campaigns to help those in need and the local community, the Cold bath Deli has also been carefully and lovingly thought out. The visuals and easy layout of the interior make it a delight and pleasure for customers to shop in.
Browsing the temptations, it is hard to leave empty handed!
There is no denying that Cold Bath Deli is a hive of activity for helping to nourish Harrogatonians both on the inside and out! They are playing their part, there is no denying that. They go over and above just being a deli with out of this world foods and ideas. Now let’s do our bit in supporting local business by visiting them – really, you don’t have to twist my arm, I’m off there now. @coldbathdeli