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New coffee outlet hits the right note with music lovers

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Music fans can enjoy a coffee whilst listening to music and browsing through vinyl at Sound Records in Stroud.

Noni’s Coffee Roasters, run by Noni Morrison, opened in the independent record shop in George Street last week.

“It’s great listening to records whilst making coffees, and I’m releasing a Stroudie Brew celebrating all the independent coffee shops in Stroud,” said Noni.

“I roast coffee in a unit at Brimscombe, so all the bags I have for sale have been roasted there. I’ve got some speciality coffees and they’re all sustainably sourced, and I’m working on some other exciting projects in the background,” she added.

Sound Records, run by Tom Berry, was formerly based at the top of Stroud High Street but moved to the new, larger premises earlier this year.

“It’s fantastic having Noni on board at Sound Records – the best coffee and the best records – what’s not to like?” said Tom.

“Customers are loving the chance to have a coffee while they browse, and the smell in the shop is great!”

On Thursday, 22nd September, Noni is doing a one-off special offer, selling coffee for £1 a cup all day, 8am – 2pm.

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