Equestrian centre near Bedford is looking for staff as it welcomes back visitors
New café can serve groups of up to six people or two households
Keysoe International Equestrian Centre is reopening after lockdown restrictions have finally been eased - complete with a new Keysoe Café.
Open to competitors, guests and the general public, the café - currently open from 8am-9.30pm every day - can serve groups of up to six people or two households.
Keysoe will host a whole range of equestrian sports - and there are also opportunities to train, as well as events and activities for beginners to seniors.
New owner Sarah Stoute said: “We wanted to make this a top-class venue, not only for equestrian sport itself, but for food, hospitality, and as a business and conference venue for the area. The new Keysoe Café is another step towards this, and we hope our guests will enjoy everything we have to offer.
“We are also looking for committed and enthusiastic staff, anyone interested can get in touch through our Facebook page.”