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Courtyard Cafe

The Courtyard Café is open to all! Welcoming our volunteers, patients, families and community members to enjoy a warm welcome and delicious food.

The Courtyard Café is located at Farleigh Hospice, Chelmsford and is open from 10am – 4pm (2pm on a Saturday and Sunday.) Serving a selection of sandwiches, light meals, treats and snacks, our food is freshly prepared on the day and served to order.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Coutyard Cafe Menu

FAQ’s:

What are the café opening times?
10am – 4pm (last booking taken at 3pm)


How do I book a table?
Fill in the form here: (link to booking form?), email catering@farleighhospice.org or call 01245 457340. Please book at least 24 hours in advance.


Do you have any restrictions on the number of people we can book together?
We are currently only able to accommodate 6 people in a group


Can I visit the café without a booking?
Yes you are able to pop into the café at any time but we will be unable to guarantee availability of certain food items or tables unless we receive a booking in advance


Do I need to pre-order?
In order to guarantee we will have particular food items available for you, please order main courses, cakes and afternoon tea in advance


How do I pay?
We can take payments by cash or card when you are leaving the café. (Contactless card payments are preferred if possible)


What Covid secure measures do you have in place for visitors?
You will be required to sanitise your hands on entry to the hospice and sign in at the reception desk. Please wear a mask when entering and walking around the building (masks can be taken off when you are at your table in the café)


Can we park?
Parking is not guaranteed but it is available in the grounds


Can I park at Farleigh and then visit Broomfield hospital
Unfortunately not as the car park is purely for Farleigh staff, volunteers, visitors and patients. You are able to park here if you are visiting Farleigh or the café but will need to relocate your car if you are then going on to the hospital