A coffeehouse in Saddleworth which recently won a TripAdvisor award has bid an 'emotional' goodbye to the shop ahead of its relocation this weekend.

Owners Cal and Thomas Rowson-Codd opened the doors to their cafe and bistro, Weaver & Wilde, on Uppermill's High Street in 2019.

In little under four years, the cafe has brought in at least six awards, including most recently the TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice Award for the third year in a row, and has proved a popular coffee and dining spot for residents.

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Now, the pair have revealed they will be relocating into their new premises, just up the road to number 42, by the end of the week.

Earlier this year, the cafe publicly announced on social media that it would be moving into the former All Wrapped Up building, having "outgrown" its current premises.

While Cal and Thomas had hoped to have moved into their new home by the end of summer this year, they have now confirmed it is their final week in the shop and will be formally closing the doors to number 30 on Sunday, October 8.

Weaver & Wilde will remain shut for a further two and half weeks before they open its "brand-spanking new and much larger premises", just 150 metres up the road.

The relocation comes as they were forced to close its grocery shop, Weaver & Wilde Groceries & Provisions, just over a year since it opened.

They said they struggled to operate both the cafe and grocery at the same time, citing poor health and a long and wet summer as some of the factors behind the sudden decision.

In a post online, the pair announced: "After almost four years of trading, we're about to say goodbye to the place we call home, the premises that began the Weaver and Wilde journey.

"We feel very fragile and emotional as we announce that we'll be closing on Sunday at 5pm."

Cal and Thomas also said they "cannot wait" to share their new premises with diners. 

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