Cafe goes up for sale
A POPULAR family-run caf� in Nailsea is looking for a new owner after seven years of serving the community.
Hazel Jarvis, owner of Caf� 119, is looking to hang up her apron but is keen to keep the family-friendly vibe going.
Several enquiries have already been made for the caf� in High Street, which has been put on the market for �75,000.
Mrs Jarvis, who has lived in Nailsea all her life, started working at the caf� seven years ago, following a six-year stint working in a burger van off Bristol Road in Wraxall.
The 47-year-old, who has built it up with the help of family and friends, said it would be gut-wrenching to leave the caf� she loves, but admitted the time is right.
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She said: “I love the people. If I could take the customers with me, I would. I will certainly be back for a regular cup of coffee.
“I just want a change as I have been in the food industry for 13 years. It would be nice to go home and not worry about business.”
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She said she has no definitive plans for the future, but wants a job where she can interact with customers as she has loved doing over the past seven years.
* Anyone interested in the business should contact Westcoast Properties on 01275 857773 or pop into the agency’s High Street office.