Hudsons is closed on Saturday 23rd October for a Thanksgiving Service in the Church
Cream tea day is Friday 29th October from 9am – 4.30pm
Childrens craft morning Monday 25th October 10 – 12am – no need to book
We are OPEN for inside and outside table service and for takeaways!
An exciting part of Danbury Mission Church with a vision to provide a good quality coffee shop for all the community.
We are staffed by a manager and an excellent team of volunteers who together aim to provide a warm and friendly welcome to all who come through our door.
Now also open on Saturday from 9am – 12.30pm
Serving a mouth wateringly scrumptious breakfast menu including croissants and bacon sandwiches
Last orders for hot food at 12 noon.
Coffee and Teas
- Regular £1.90
- Large £2.20
- Regular £2.20
- Large £2.50
- Regular £2.20
- Large £2.50
caramel, gingerbread or vanilla
- Regular £2.50
- Large £2.80
Hudson's special hot chocolate
(with cream and maltesers)
- Regular £2.80
- Large £3.20
Tea People loose leaf tea
Premium English Breakfast tea
Decaffeinated English Breakfast tea
Earl Grey tea
Gunpowder Green tea
Luxury Rooibos tea
Lemon and Ginger
- Pot of tea £2.00
Decaffeinated coffee and dairy alternatives available
Folkington's Fruit Juice - 250ml
cloudy apple, orange, pear, mango or cranberry
Cawston Juice Drinks - 200ml carton
apple and pear or apple and summer berries
Belvoir Sparkling Presse - 250ml
elderflower, elderflower light, handmade lemonade, raspberry lemonade light, ginger beer
Deeside Still Water - 250ml
Deeside Sparkling Water - 250ml
Blackcurrant Flavoured Water - 270ml
Chocolate Milkshake - 200ml carton
Hudson’s Filled Rolls
Selection of filled rolls, our bread is freshly baked locally.
Depending on availability.
Mature cheddar cheese on a white roll served with red onion chutney.
Carvery ham salad served on a rustic granary roll.
Egg mayonaise with cress on a rustic granary roll.
Smoked salmon and cream cheese on a mouthwateringly soft white roll.
- £3.50 - £3.95
Selection of Handmade Cakes
- full slice £2.20
- half slice £1.10
Sweet Salty Popcorn
Tyrrells Hand Cooked Crisps
sea salt, sea salt and cider vinegar or mature cheddar and spring onion flavours
Cake Bars and Squares
flapjack, rocky road and other favourites
Toasted Tea Cake
2 with butter
Tiptree Jam or Marmite
organixs cheese puffs,
apple flavoured rice cakes,
bear pure fruit yo-yos
A special breakfast menu is available on Saturday mornings
Glad you asked. We named our coffee shop after Hudson Taylor, who was born not in Danbury, but in Barnsley, Yorkshire, 1832. So what ties us with him? His faith. At just 21, Hudson Taylor decided to make a trip from Liverpool docks to Shanghai with one express purpose: to share the good news about Jesus with the people of China. Hudson arrived in 1854, when China was in the middle of a civil war.
He travelled around the country, preaching and distributing medical supplies. To those looking on, his behaviour must have seemed radical; unlike other expats, he spoke Mandarin, dressed in Chinese clothes and grew a pigtail. He did not want to impose British culture on the people of China but wanted them to know that Christianity was for all cultures.
Hudson made special efforts to travel to rural China to establish Chinese churches, led not by foreigners but Chinese Christians. With this goal in mind, he founded the China Inland Mission in 1865, an organisation that still exists today.
Hudson dedicated his life to mission in China and was buried in 1905 on Chinese soil. His motto is best summarised in his own words: “There is a living God. He has spoken in the Bible. He means what He says and will do all He has promised.” If this sounds like something you would like to investigate for yourself, why not chat to one of the Hudson’s staff, or come along to one of the services at Danbury Mission?
Monday – Friday
9am – 2.30pm
9am – 12.30pm
We are closed on bank holidays
54 Maldon Road
Tel : 01245 227428