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Councillor Margaret Alexander, leader of the Vale of Glamorgan council, said: "I'm sure this continental cafe culture will be a very popular addition to Barry town centre, with people taking a break from shopping for something to eat and drink in the open air - weather permitting, of course.
Sally Perry brand manager at Nescafe, said the aim was to persuade consumers to use the brand as a chance to "grab a moment of indulgence" and "experience a taste of cafe culture in their own home".
Cafe Culture has been organised by Tenby 2020, a group of traders, residents and volunteers.
Continental Europe, with its vibrant cafe culture and rich coffee heritage, is a natural home for Starbucks.
The Cafe Culture series of events begins on September 1 and invites audiences to discuss the idea that happiness is increasingly being seen an entitlement which can be easily achieved, thereby losing sight of the moral basis of being happy.
I'm proud to be keeping the Italian cafe culture alive in the city.
Middlesbrough's so-called cafe culture has gained us the reputation of "open all hours" for binge boozing.
I suggest Mr Parsons visits Brasov in Transylvania, which boasts stunning scenery, or Bucharest, which has amazing architecture and great cafe culture.
Global warming is producing longer summers and, just as importantly, encouraging a continental-style cafe culture in which teas and ice creams are replacing beer as preferred thirst quenchers.
As a result, guidelines have been tightened up which the council hopes will help the trade ( but at the same time preserve Newcastle's growing cafe culture and protect residents from disturbance.
Our political leaders say that being open all hours will reduce binge drinking, crime, disorder and public nuisance, and may convert young people to a cafe culture.
EXPERIENCE cafe culture in your own kitchen with the new Russell Hobbs Froth-accino (pounds 9.
As continental cafe culture takes hold, the awards were organised to find the best traditional 'caff'.
It is now at least two years since I first expressed my reservations about Middlesbrough Council's seemingly over-enthusiastic support for the so-called 24-hour cafe culture.
At first this cafe culture sprang up with chairs outside pubs where smokers could sit.