Community coffee shop Esquires Coffee Coventry will be celebrating its 10th Birthday on the 17th December; with a whole host of activities taking place throughout December to ensure sure a decade of serving the local community is celebrated in style!
Throughout December, Esquires Coffee Coventry will be holding weekly craft afternoons starting on Sunday 2nd December, where locals can learn how to knit a cup warmer, the perfect stocking filler!
The store, which is located within Coventry Transport Museum, was opened in 2008 by owner Steven Prime when he was just 23 years old. Steven has gone on to serve the Coventry community for 10 years, and was named BFA HSBC UK Young Franchisee of the Year 2013, as well as HSBC Midlands & North Wales Franchisee of the Year 2012.
Not satisfied with just scooping awards, Steven has also cycled coast to coast across America, covering 3000 miles in 32 days to raise £3500 for Coffee Kids, a charity that helps coffee-growing communities. He attempted to repeat this success with a planned cycle from Seattle to Los Angeles, but unfortunately managed to break 10 bones on his first day, which somewhat thwarted his attempt!
Steven says, “I’m so thrilled to be celebrating our momentous Tenth Birthday in style, with the team who helped bring the dream of running my own business to life. It’s been a brilliant ten years, and in that time the Coventry community has welcomed us with open arms, with many of our loyal customers becoming friends. We can’t wait to celebrate with them!”
Esquires Coffee takes pride in its community spirit, and aims to provide a hub at the centre of the neighbourhood it serves. With a ‘love local’ ethos, the food and beverage selection is hand crafted and locally sourced to reflect the neighbourhood, whilst supporting other local businesses and suppliers.