Eco-friendly coffee in the Cotswold countryside
Sustainable coffee is now available on selected days at Haresfield Beacon, Lodge Park and Dover's Hill, thanks to Off Road Bean, which serves drinks and snacks from its self-contained Land Rover unit. Find out more about this ecologically minded vendor.
Sustainable drinks and snacks
Operating from its Land Rover Defender vehicle, Off Road Bean serves Fair Trade coffee and light snacks with sustainability in mind.
From using only compostable cups and lids, to utilising solar, LPG and lithium batteries instead of noisy generators to ensure quiet running, the vendor is unlike most conventional coffee outlets.
Why not stop by and treat yourself to a hot drink and a bite to eat next time you're at Haresfield Beacon, Dover's Hill or visiting Lodge Park? Please also take home some used coffee grounds, which are great for compost and fire-lighters.
When to get your coffee
Off Road Bean can be found at the Shortwood car park, Haresfield Beacon on the following dates:
• Sunday 3 September, 10am-1pm
• Sunday 10 September, 10am-1pm
• Saturday 23 September, 10am-1pm
• Sunday 24 September, 10am-1pm
• Saturday 30 September, 10am-1pm
Off Road Bean can be found in the Dover's Hill car park every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 8am - 12pm. Additonal information can be found on the Off Road Bean website www.offroadbean.co.uk.
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