Posted June 06, 2018 05:01:33 It’s the kind of place you want to go to when you need something quick.
But for some people, it’s a little more.
Key points:The Noe Valley bakery has opened its doors to cater for drug addicts and sex predatorsThe owner says his cafe is a no-nausea sanctuary for drug users and sex traffickersIt has opened in a cafe near the town of Winton, in the state’s central Queensland town of Wagga WaggaThe Noo Valley bakery is run by owner James O’Brien and has been in the Noe valley for almost 20 years.
Its owner James is an “adventurous” baker who has spent many years creating unique baked goods, and it’s his passion project that has made it a place where people come to relax and connect.
“We were born to make people feel good and to make them feel safe,” he said.
“You can’t make people comfortable with just a cup of tea or a sandwich, you need to make a full meal.”
When you open your bakery, you can do that.
“People can’t sit in their cars all day and relax.
They need to get out there and make a difference.”
Mr O’Briens cakes have featured in several national and international publications, including The Australian, The Sunday Telegraph and New Scientist.
He said the bakery’s unique approach has drawn a lot of people from all over the world to the Noo valley.
“It’s really, really good to have people come in here and have a conversation,” he explained.
“The more you give people the chance to talk about themselves and their experiences and share stories, the better off you are.”
For a lot people, they don’t know anybody else in the area.
They want to be around people that they know and that have a positive experience.
“Mr E’s Cafe, the Noi Valley’s first cafe, opened in 2007 and has become a popular stop for people to visit.
The owner, John E, said the Noa Valley was one of the safest places to go in Australia.”
If you come in, you’re not going to get into trouble, and the police are very good,” he told ABC Radio Brisbane.”
I think the Noes are a really safe community.
“As long as you have a good atmosphere and you’re respectful, then you’ll be fine.”
Mr John said he hoped his cafe would be a place for drug use to stop and for sex offenders to be able to leave.
“With that being said, we’re not the drug dealing, brothel-type place, we do provide an escape for those that are in that area, as well as people that are here to work,” he added.
“And also those that have drug problems and they want to get away from the city.”