Sue and Steph put the K into kindness with free food and friendship on Christmas Day

A Forres coffee shop will open its doors on Christmas Day to spread festive cheer with free food and drink to anyone who wants to drop by.

K’s Coffee Shop on Falconer Avenue at Knockomie is run by sisters-in-law Stephanie Wallace and Sue Farish, and opened in July, and has proved popular ever since.

Stephanie said: “We wanted to let everyone know that we are opening our doors on Christmas day for anyone who is on their own, lonely or having a hard time, etc.”

But she added that literally anyone can stop by if they need a bit of company, and that everything will be free of charge on the day.

A festive welcome awaits

She added: “There will be soups, sandwiches, mince pies, Christmas cake and desserts on offer.

“Myself and Sue and a lot of our family will be at the shop and we look forward to welcoming anyone who wants to spend some time with us.”

K’s Coffee Shop was named after Sue’s husband and Stephanie’s brother Kevan, who sadly died shortly after moving back to Forres in 2021.

They named the coffee shop in his memory and it has become a popular and busy place ever since.

No booking is required, just turn up and find a seat.

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  1. If we were already relocated there (from Nashville,TN,US), my husband and I would surely love to be there with you Christmas Day! We’ve a heart for every disenfranchised and/or lonely person and would love to share the joy of fellowship! What an excellent gift of love you’re offering. Perhaps we’ll get to meet you at some point soon.


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