Join us for our Swinging Sixties Night

Swinging Sixties Night

£24.95

Step back in time to the 60’s when music was alive!

Come along to the Potting Shed Cafe on Saturday the 24th of November and enjoy a 3 course meal while listening to a live band.

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Step back in time to the 60’s when music was alive!

Come along to the Potting Shed Cafe on Saturday the 24th of November and enjoy a 3 course meal while listening to a live band.

Tickets are just £24.95pp – booking essential.

Swinging 60s Night Menu

Lovely afternoon tea ❤️ would definitely recommend.
Kayleigh Ganley22nd May 2022
Love going there whether for breakfast or lunch or even just cuppa and cake. Staff are lovely so are the food. Cakes are fresh and different every time I go making it more variety to choose from. Look forward to the next one soon. X
Anne Lucas8th May 2022
Lovely cafe, excellent service and a great pit stop. First time here but definitely not the last.
Windy Miller6th March 2022
I love the potting shed. The staff in there are always polite and friendly, and they always go above and beyond. Love it.
Tina Griffith13th February 2022
Good food, good coffee and good value turf! Always friendly staff, thanks.
Mark Raven22nd January 2019
Well laid out nursery. Clean and tidy. Fantastic coffee shop in The Potting Shed. Pleasant atmosphere. Helpful staff.
Gill Goldsmith11th January 2019
Have been to Singletons for a couple of years now, always had fantastic meals there in the summer and for Mothers Day.
Carole Owen8th January 2019
The potting shed is a nice and friendly place to eat.
Robert Clements5th January 2019
We attended the breakfast with Santa event last year which was just lovely. The breakfast was beautiful but obviously the kids favourite was the story and crafts with Mr and Mrs Claus! Highly recommend ?
Karen Sutton7th October 2018
The afternoon tea the Potting Shed was excellent value for money. The service was outstanding and the quality of the sandwiches and cakes excellent. Would definitely recommend.
Jenny Shepherd5th October 2018