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The Sanctuary

Barnwell Court
Mawsley Village
NN14 1FG
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At The Sanctuary Coffee Shop Bistro we offer delicious homemade fayre in a relaxed and friendly environment. All our food in freshly prepared to order and everything is made daily on the premises. We can cater for private functions such as weddings, birthdays, christenings etc within the bistro or we will happily come to your home or place of event. No event is too big or small and our attention to detail would be hard to beat.

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