A HEREFORDSHIRE pub is diversifying as it opens a new café, with bosses hoping it brings it more money.

The new family-run venture at the Roebuck Inn in Brimfield, between Leominster and Ludlow, should also be a way of giving the local community a place to come together, owners said.

Run by Adrian Albert and his mum Diane, the pair said they are passionate about serving local people and have been running The Roebuck Inn for several years.


"The pub is at the heart of the village and for it to remain that way we’ve set up Di’s Cafe as a diversification to bring in additional income while also offering a place for the local community to come together," Diane said.

The café offers locally sourced, homemade food and the menu includes breakfast, lunches, coffee and cake.

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"We’d like to thank all our customers who have supported us," she said.

"It is wonderful to see the café buzzing with lots of local faces."


On its Facebook page, the pub said it is located just off the A49 between Leominster and Ludlow in the lovely little village of Brimfield.

It is open every day for drinks with a selection of local ales and ciders along with homemade food served Tuesday to Sunday.

As well as three refurbished en-suite rooms, there is also the Roebuck shop next door.

It is open seven days a week selling fresh bread, newspapers and other every day items.