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Thurston Butchers owner, Alastair Angus, puts his Rossa Coffee Shop business up for sale





A Suffolk butcher who took over a popular coffee shop eight months ago has announced he is selling the business.

Alastair Angus posted on social media today that he was putting Rossa Coffee Shop in Thurston up for sale to follow some exciting business projects more in line with his other business, Thurston Butchers.

The Station Hill coffee shop, which the butcher took over in June last year, has been open since 2020.

Alastair Angus outside Rossa Coffee and Crepes in Thurston when he took it over last year. Picture submitted
Alastair Angus outside Rossa Coffee and Crepes in Thurston when he took it over last year. Picture submitted
Alastair Angus took over Thurston Butchers in 2016. Picture submitted
Alastair Angus took over Thurston Butchers in 2016. Picture submitted

Alastair said: “In order to pursue these new ventures something has to give so that I can allow myself more time, energy and of course financial backing.

“I have loved the journey at Rossa and I am sad to move on from it, but I know this is the right decision.

“I am looking for the right owners to continue the teams great work and push the business forward in this growing village – interested parties can contact me via email at thurstonbutchers@googlemail.com.”