Gift for everyone at caring coffee shop
The Herald|December 24, 2021
A COFFEE shop that also fixes shoes and cuts keys has been continuing a festive tradition - by giving presents to customers in the days leading up to Christmas.

Cobblers and Coffee, on the corner of Beaumont Road and Rosebery Avenue, started its 'secret Santa' for regulars three years ago, but now offers a gift to everyone in the week before Father Christmas visits.

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