Tea room venture’s good luck wish

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 May 2013

•	Councillor Graham Godbeer (far right) watches as brothers Sam (left) and Todd Quine carry out the cake-cutting ceremony watched by parents Debs and Toby.

• Councillor Graham Godbeer (far right) watches as brothers Sam (left) and Todd Quine carry out the cake-cutting ceremony watched by parents Debs and Toby.

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The district council has wished a new Exmouth tearoom the best of luck, saying the council-owned premises can now contribute to the town’s economy.

A new tearoom venture in Exmouth has received a good luck card from the district council.

Bumble and Bee’s tearoom, in Manor Garden’s former Tourist Information Centre building, is managed by Toby and Debs Quine.

The council wished the new venture the best of luck, saying it was pleased the public-owned building would be boosting Exmouth’s coffers.

Councillor Graham Godbeer, EDDC’s cabinet member for economy, said: “I’d like to wish Debs and Toby the very best of luck with the tearoom.

“I’m delighted that this council-owned building is once again contributing to the economy of Exmouth and I’m sure it will be a welcome addition to the wonderful facilities offered in our award-winning gardens.”

The couple plan to offer traditional tearoom fare, including tea, cakes and light snacks.

They will also have a drinks licence.


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