End of an era: Long Table serves for final time at Brimscombe Port


As one chapter closes, another begins for the staff at the popular Long Table.

Lunch was served for the final time today, before Tom Herbert and team make the short move to Brimscombe Mill, which will eventually house the Long Table, Stroud Furniture Bank, Bike Drop, and Kids Stuff.

A temporary lorry, named Hugh Lorry will be parked outside Brimscombe Mill, where takeaways will be available from Thursday, October 14th.

The Long Table is hosting a farewell evening to the current site on Saturday, September 25th with an evening of music, poetry, and conversation with Samantha Lindo and David Benjamin Blower. The drinks-only event begins at 6.30pm for a 7 pm start.

Brimscombe Port is now earmarked for residential use, with more than 150 houses and flats as well as small business use.

Brimscombe Mill will house The Long Table, who are moving from their current site at Brimscombe Port at the end of September
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