COFFEE SHOP FOR PEOPLE IN NEED
Small coffee shop in little market town in Moravia, Czech republic serves coffee and home made baking goodies. The clash of historical space and modern coffee brewing methods is not eye cathing as a duo of people with special needs who are waiting stuff. They are backed up by a supervisor who is in the charge of the payment.
The independent coffee shop belongs to British – Czech Marketa B. Linden W. who employs three people with special needs. ‘I have been a volunteer at UK charity looking after people with special needs and I daresay one man with Down syndrome was also excellent cook. I was raised to do charity. It give them purpose, they have learned already domestic independence’, she said. She is coffee enthusiastic with Cordon Bleu school and a grandmother as a chefand she is seen in her documentary Historical Coffe Houses in Central Europe cutting l seven thin layers of Dobos torte with friend’s quitar string. They are plenty of coffee shops with people with learning difficulties in USA or Czechia, just one in UK – Milton Keynes. She plans to set up one in UK and add cultural programm to her recent coffee shop, and a bakery.