Shop front of coffee shop.
Event on Great Titchfield Street will support communities in coffee growing regions of Africa.

Coffee lovers can get their legal high and contribute to a worthy cause as part of UK Coffee Week in Great Titchfield Street this Friday. Antipodean coffee artisan Kaffeine and The Riding House Cafe are hosting a special event where they will be serving up a cup of their finest in aid of Project Waterfall.

Established in 2009 by Melbourne-bred Peter Dore-Smith Kaffiene has become the most fashionable and well-known cafe in Fitzrovia West as well as one of London’s leading espresso bars.

For UK Coffee Week 2014 they are linking up with across-the-street-neighbour The Riding House Cafe, a modern brasserie and part of the Village London group.

The Riding House Cafe along with Kaffeine will have a coffee cart, serving coffee for £2 with all proceeds going to Project Waterfall, from 8am to 12pm Friday 11 April 2014, at the junction of Great Titchfield Street and Riding House Street, Fitzrovia.

UK Coffee Week supporting Project Waterfall in partnership with WaterAid provides safe drinking water, good hygiene and improved sanitation to some of the poorest communities in the coffee growing regions of Africa.

Great Titchfield Street, London W1W, UK