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Welcome To Wells Maltings
North Norfolk’s Landmark Cultural Centre
Due to the current COVID-19 situation our opening hours may change. Please see our Coronavirus Information page for updates.
Please browse our latest news items below and follow the links to what takes your fancy.
Cafe Opening Hours
9:00 – 16:00 every day (food served until 15:00)
On days when we have a show or film on, the bar will be open until the show finishes.
Visitor Information Centre
Mon – Sat 10:00 – 15:00
Sun – 10:00 – 14:00
Wells Maltings receives £95,000 from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund
Wells Maltings has been awarded a grant of £95,000 as part of the Government’s bid to help the arts and cultural industry face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, and to provide for a more sustainable future. Read More…
Get cosy this Autumn
We have a new programme of films, theatre and ballet screenings and live music.
Our new season of events and shows is now available to download by clicking the cover on the right.
Our Café Is Now OPEN!
NOW OPEN EVERY DAY
9:00 – 16:00
With extra protective measures in place (see the list here) we look forward to welcoming you back for a coffee and cake, a hearty lunch or a cold drink or two.
Wells Maltings Café and Bar is dedicated to providing the best of local produce and home-cooked food. Many of our baked goods are made on site by our own café team.
We are dedicated to using local suppliers as much as possible, including Arthur Howell butchers, Walsingham Farm Shop, who make our fabulous pies, South East Coffee from Norwich, Malt Coast beer from just down the road at Branthill Farm and Adnams beer from just over the border in Suffolk.
Latest regulations mean that face coverings must be worn when visiting us, but once you are seated in the light and airy café you can remove. We have maximised our capacity in the café at 2m social distance, and everything is now table service only. We don’t take bookings, but we will do our best to find you a table.
Your Support is Even More Vital
Lockdown had a massive negative impact on our income streams. We receive no regular funding – money from tickets, coffees, sales of pictures, space hires etc represents over 80% of our income. We need to be open and trading to survive.