FRESH START: Wooroolin cafe has a new owner
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Cafe brings back memories for new leaseholder

LONG time Wooroolin local, Nicole Armstrong has taken over the lease at the Wooroolin cafe.

Mrs Armstrong, who attended the Wooroolin primary school just a stone's throw from the cafe, said she was proud to provide the community with good quality food at a reasonable price.

"I cant believe how expensive it is to eat out sometimes, it costs my family up to $100 sometimes,” she said.

"We make sure to keep our meals reasonably priced.”

Mrs Armstrong who has run an agricultural business for many years took over the Wooroolin Cafe lease on July 1 after the cafe had been on the market for some time.

"The owners had their daughter running the cafe for a while but that eventually ended and so we thought, why not?” she said.

The new cafe manager said it was great to be able to feed the town of Wooroolin where she did her schooling back in the '80s.

"I've got a close school friend who lives up the road and a couple of school friends who drop in for a meal,” Mrs Armstrong said.

Some of the Wooroolin Cafe specialities include their homemade pies and caramel tarts.

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