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Inverness city centre cafe re-opens after refurbishment

By Rachel Smart

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Cafe Artysans has re-opened after the refurbishments.
Cafe Artysans has re-opened after the refurbishments.

An Inverness city centre cafe has re-opened after major refurbishments.

Cafe Artysans in Strothers Lane is now open once again offering a range of food and drinks.

The cafe supports young people aged 16 to 25 who are at risk of being left behind as a result of their personal challenges.

Through a learn-by-doing approach, young people develop the skills and understanding they need to manage independent living, leading to a readiness for employment, and the tools to sustain this. Some of these skills include teamwork; time management; developing confidence; customer service; multitasking; endurance/stamina; attention to detail; flexibility and managing anxiety.

Cafe Artysans said: "We cannot wait to see all our lovely customers again! Join us from 8am to 4:30pm!"

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