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Heritage Café and Bar

 We’ve made some changes to ordering at the Heritage Café and are now operating table service. Customers are asked to order food and drink at the till point. You will be given a number and invited to seat yourself at a table, your order will then be brought to you. Following the lift of most covid restrictions all staff interacting with customers will continue to wear masks in communal areas. Hand sanitising stations will remain throughout the building, staff and customers will be asked to continue to use them.
The outdoor Heritage Café at Pittville Pump Room offers a takeaway service, but you are also welcome to sit at our tables and chairs available under the colonnade of the Grade I listed regency building. Serving a range of hot and cold food, from coffee and cakes to sausage rolls and wraps, the café is the perfect place to enjoy views over the beautiful Pittville Park from the portico. The Heritage Range, hand made by The Cheltenham Trust, is a range of flavoured shortbreads, fudges and relishes, to purchase and enjoy at home. The café is open daily.

Tables can be booked at the Heritage Café by emailing customer.contact@cheltenhamtrust.org.uk Places are limited, we cannot accept bookings less than 48 hours before you wish to visit. Outside toilets are available for customers.

From Monday (17 May) those using Pittville Pump Room car park will need to enter car registration details and display a ticket. A £1 charge will only apply to those wishing to stay for more than two hours (to a maximum of four hours). Please note the car park is not managed by The Cheltenham Trust, all queries should be directed to the borough council. For more information, please visit https://www.cheltenham.gov.uk/parking

What’s happening at the Pittville Pump Room Heritage Café this Summer:

Friday July 30: Five-piece Rhythm & Blues combo Haney’s Big House Band, new to Pittville Pump Room Heritage Café, from 7pm playing in the traditional 40s and 50s style. Their line-up of drums, double bass, guitars and harmonica, using largely period-vintage instruments to create an authentic sound which is the essence of Haney’s Big House.

Sunday August 1: Ricky Hunter brass showtunes, Pittville Pump Room, from 2pm

Saturday August 7: Jon Clare boogie woogie: Pittville Pump Room Heritage Café, from 2pm

Friday August 27: Lady and The Sax: rock, jazz covers and original music, Pittville Pump Room Heritage Café, from 7pm

Sunday September 12: Five-piece Rhythm & Blues combo Haney’s Big House Band, Pittville Pump Room Heritage Café, from 2pm playing in the traditional 40s and 50s style of classic style Chicago and swinging West Coast blues.

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