The Oasis Cafe – a place to get a coffee, a cooked breakfast, lunch, have a chat, meet a friend, do your homework, read your emails…and always get a warm welcome.

We have free WiFi, and you spend as much or as little time here as you like.  We operate a Suspended drinks and meals scheme so if you need something and don’t have any cash on you, ask your server.

The Oasis Cafe is run by Debs and a team of volunteers and new volunteers are always welcome – talk to Debs for more information.



Renew 67 has arrived

Every Friday from 2.30-4.30 the Oasis café space becomes a community space for a variety of hobbies and activities. These are run by the community for the community. Anyone is welcome to share a hobby or skill and anyone is welcome to join a workshop or activity. They are all free.  Or you can come and relax and chat, or enjoy the peace in our quiet area.

The activities are based around the ‘5 ways to wellbeing’ which promote good mental and emotional health. To connectgivebe activekeep learning and take notice will hopefully contribute towards a preventative approach to mental ill health.

For more information and update check out the Renew 67 page.

Suspended Coffees and meals

We’ve been operating a suspended coffee and meals scheme since September and we are very happy to say that half of the scheme is working very well.  Thanks to the generosity of customers we have a lot of coffees and meals suspended for anyone to come in and ask for.  It doesn’t matter why you want one, and we won’t ask, so it could be as simple as you’ve come out without your purse and need a sit down, or wanting to treat yourself and a friend, or you might need a hot meal and a warm place to sit.  Whatever the reason. come in and ask your server and enjoy.


The Oasis is run by Hugglescote Community Church. Through the Café and other activities in the building we seek to serve the people of Hugglescote and the wider community, by providing opportunities that help people to experience life in all its fullness.

We are unashamedly Christian but respect the journeys that other people are on.

We want to welcome each person to the Oasis and believe that they are an individual to be valued and treated with respect, and that they should feel safe physically, emotionally and spiritually.

We want to be generous with the resources we have, particularly to those in need, making the Oasis space available, and offering support to local groups and individuals.

The Oasis Café is one of the activities that happens in the building – we seek to be hospitable and welcoming to all our customers, offering drinks and food that are freshly prepared, tasty and reasonably priced.

We are Oasis

Sarah Fegredo

Sarah is the Pastor of the Hugglescote Baptists.  She loves eating cake and chatting with people in the cafe so come and say hello  when you come in.

Deborah Dodd

Debs is the Cafe Manager at Oasis. She has lived in and around Hugglescote for many years and particularly likes baking cakes for the cafe.  She loves that The Oasis gives opportunities to show care and compassion to people who need it.