The Rainbow Cafe
In Camberley Town Centre, Open Mon-Sat 10am – 3pm, closed Tues afternoons from 2pm.
Please note: The Rainbow Cafe is temporally closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, in accordance with government advice.
The SHAC purpose built Rainbow Cafe is situated in Camberley Town Centre and provides refreshment at a reasonable cost to the over 50’s.
It also provides a meeting place for people who can call in for a chat and the opportunity to form new friendships.
The shop has a warm and friendly atmosphere and customers are very welcome to drop in at any time during the opening hours of 10 am to 3 pm Monday to Saturday, please note the café is closed on Tuesday afternoons from 2 pm, for Tea and Memories.
The service is provided by a volunteer team, supervised by part-time manager Colin Keeley.
When you’re next in Camberley and fancy a nice coffee, a toasted tea cake or lunch please pop in and see us at our newly refurbished Rainbow Café (situated underneath the multi storey car park opposite House of Fraser). We offer very competitively priced snacks and drinks to the over 50’s and a welcoming and warm atmosphere.
Regular raffles and other small fundraising events are held to help us fund new furniture and equipment and to keep the premises fresh, clean and comfortable.
SHAC regularly seeks the view of the Rainbow Cafe customers to improve the services offered.
The Shop is also made available to suitable groups of people to hold meetings outside of the normal opening hours, in return for a donation to SHAC funds.
As a registered charity, Surrey Heath Age Concern is a not for profit organisation. All surpluses from the Rainbow Cafe help to support our charitable work.
For further information or to join us as a volunteer, please see our contact page.
Snacks to enjoy
Jacket Potato £3.00, with more than one filling £3.50
Toasted Teacake £1.00
Toasted Sandwich £1.50, with extra filling £1.75
Sandwich (Starting Price) £1.30
Toast (2 Slices) £0.65
Latte £1.00 and £1.50
Hot Chocolate £0.85
To help you find the Rainbow cafe, the map below shows our location, situated underneath the multi storey car park opposite House of Fraser.
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