Compo’s Café Is Frying The Competition With Johnson Reed

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Nestled in the Pennine Hills, Compo’s Café has been keeping the people of Holmfirth well fed for years. Taking it’s name from the comic vagabond Compo Simmonite, from Last of The Summer Wine, you can rest assured that you’ll get a better customer service than Compo did in Ivy and Sid’s tea shop.

Not content with just offering it’s customers award winning fish and chips they also serve fresh homemade pies, a soup of the week, chicken, jacket potatoes or salads.

Owner Hazel Heavens wanted keep up with the times and prove their commitment to quality they decided to upgrade their frying machines to the new best quality Hopkins range of fish and chip fryers. To help with the financing they turned to Johnson Reed for help.

Being catering sector specialists we visited Hazel at the café and made an immediate decision to finance the deal, allowing them to pay an initial deposit to keep the tax-deductible repayment price down.

The quick turnaround of the deal meant they could keep giving the tourists of Holmfirth their well-needed sustenance after hard days trek looking for Last of the Summer Wine locations.

If you’re planning a trip and want to find out what Comp’s Café has to offer you please check them out on Facebook at