Live music cafe for former Tansley shop

A CHEF hoping to promote local food is leading a venture to convert a village shop in to a tea rooms.

Hathersage man Oliver Kemp is hoping to create a new cafe in Tansley. The plans could also see local musicians playing at the former shop and post office, at the Knoll.

Mr Kemp hosted a meeting with villagers to discuss his proposals after six residents raised fears about noise, parking problems, loss of privacy and the venue encouraging drunken and anti social behaviour.

The district council granted a premises licence for the venue. Mr Kemp is now set to submit a planning application to convert the building.

The proposals could see a tea rooms created, serving homemade cakes and food with plans to serve evening meals at weekends in the summer and host live music.


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