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  1. New book club dates for the end of 2012 and all of 2013 4th Dec 2012….Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald 2013 8th January…….The Book with No Name by Anonymous 5th February…..Why be Happy when you can be Normal by Jeanette Winterson 5th March………Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell 2nd April…………The Red House by Mark Haddon 7th May………….The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart 4th June………….Brighton Rock by Graham Greene 2nd July…………...A week in December by Sebastian Faulks 6th August……....Labyrinth by Kate Mosse 3rd September…How to be a woman by Caitlin Moran 1st October……..The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde 5th November…The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro 3rd December….Pigeon English by Stephen Kelman
  2. We (at Cocoa) are having a Mother of all Afternoon teas in the Cocoa lounge and Boudoir. We have an offer of tasty treats & pot of tea to share or there is the usual cakes, truffles and hot chocolates to treat your Mum. Open from 11-6, wheelchair access round the back (just let us know and we can sort it out). xx
  3. we (Cocoa) sell Chocolate fountain chocolate, it's got extra cocoa butter in so you don't have to add any oil. It's available in milk, white and dark chocolate and comes in tiny buttons so it melts really easily. Our shop is 462 Ecclesall Road. Hope this helps!
  4. This place is amazing, great value for money, the staff are all really welcoming and the food tastes sooooo good! I had the green banana curry...delicious! Will definitely go back.
  5. We sell loads of dark chocolate! We have bars but if you want couverture it's cheaper for bulk & we have plenty from 70% +. Thank you to everyone for mentioning us
  6. I would just like to recommend Buca on Abbeydale Road, it's the restaurant to Braggazzi's cafe. We went for our (mine and Kate's) birthday and we were so impressed with everything. The decor is really homely, all the staff are lovely and make you feel incredibly welcome. It's very small so it really feels like you have gone to a friends house for dinner and they don't rush you so you feel like you can really take your time. The food was delicious, really interesting and reasonably priced. I would definitely go back and tell everyone to go too
  7. We are still alive!!! Don't panic we are going nowhere xx
  8. New Book Club list for the year(s), first Tuesday of every month from 7.30pm. It's free to come but hot choc and treats are available to indulge from the cafe if you wish. Get reading! 2010 Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov - September 7th Little Women by Louisa m Alcott -October 5th The Slap by Christos Tsiolkas - November 2nd Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger - December 7th 2011 Time's Arrow by Martin Amis - January 4th On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwen - February 1st Lost Girls by Alan Moore - March 1st The Dressmaker by Beryl Bainbridge - April 5th Five people you meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom - May 3rd A Short History of nearly Everything by Bill Bryson - June 7th The Lady and the Unicorn by Tracy Chevalier - July 5th The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood - August 2nd The Man who Disappeared by Claire Morrall - September 6th Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger - October 4th
  9. Just found this thread. Thank you very much for the response it's made us feel very happy!!
  10. Hello all, Just a note to say we went to see the new fruit and vege shop on Sharrowvale and we highly recommend! It's a beautiful shop with a great selection & the fruit and vege is really cheap as well as being really good quality. Another reason to shop local. The shop is also open later on Tuesday and Thursdays (I think) so no excuse not to pop in after work.
  11. If you are a graduate of Sheffield Hallam it is worth looking at the Hatchery for advice and possible funding
  12. Hello Sheffield!!! There will be a new knitting club starting on the 17th January, to continue every Thursday evening from 7.30-10pm. It will be held in the Cocoa lounge, 462 Ecclesall Road. Everyone is welcome to come and go when they please and we don't expect everyone to know how to knit. We are all willing to help each other out and lend a needle or two!!! It is a chance to try something new, be creative, make some friends and have a cup of tea! Hope to see you there love Anne and Kate of Cocoa
  13. Hello, We cater for all ages, just come in and say what you want we will be happy to take any suggestions. see you soon Cocoa girls xx
  14. Thank you so much for recommending us, your words were very touching! It was a pleasure to have all you lovely hens clucking in the lounge and hope you come again. Hope you enjoyed the rest of your night and had lots of giggles at the comedy club! Would be fab to see you all again! Love Annie & Kate x xx
  15. It's too late now but for future reference...Cocoa (the chocolate shop on Ecclesall Road) are going to start holding Mad hatter's Tea Parties for children and Chocolate tasting for adults in Cocoa's newly opened tea lounge. The Tea party will follow along the theme of Alice in Wonderland and involve lots of fun activities with cakes, tea, chocolate, games, competitions and more fun!!!!!! We have plenty of ideas but you are welcome to suggest whatever you want. Just something to think about, beats bowling any day!
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