Sea Mills Communty Initiatives
Sea Mills Community Initiatives is a small charity in North West Bristol set up in 2009 by the three churches of Sea Mills to benefit the residents, particularly the young, elderly and lonely. Our first project is the conversion of the redundant toilet block in Sea Mills Square and its operation as a community cafe - the Cafe on the Square.
Situation on 13 September 2012
Anyone passing through Sea Mills Square will have seen the Café on the Square. The Cafe was officially opened by the Princess Royal on 24 May 2012. The cafe is open Mon - Thur 9 am to 5 pm and Sat 10 am - 2 pm. Closed Sundays and Fridays. The menu includes teas, coffee, hot chocolate, cakes (many "home" cooked), toasted paninis and baked potatoes.
Check out the latest news and photos on our SMCI web site or our Facebook page:
To see a humorous video about the state of play as the building work got under way in April 2011, click on the link below to see the BBC Points West local news program report on our project:
More recent news:
We need to raise another £5,000 to pay off interest free loans from supporters and add the finishing touches. If you can help please donate. We also need more volunteers to be trained to work in the cafe and do specialised jobs like act as a key holder, organise supplies etc. If you might be able to help pl
If you have not seen our pages yet, click on the link below to go to SMCI's own web site: