Border Cafe is a Comedy programme.
Former rock star of rock heroes 'True North', Charlotte Smith (Elizabeth Carling), buys the Border Cafe (a converted 1930's petrol station) for her boyfriend David Doyle (Sean Gallagher) when she leaves the band at the height of their success.
Charlotte brought David the cafe as a place for him to play live to an audience, which as a struggling singer/songwriter, had been his dream for years. The cafe is situated on the outskirts of Hayle Point (a fictional town lying on the border of Lancashire, Cheshire and North Wales).
The two turn the place into an American style diner where David gives his elder brother, Kidder (Antony Strachan), a job as the chef to release him from his dead-end canteen job. Soon Ronnie (Georgia MacKenzie) comes on to the scene, after leaving her career as a band member in a True North tribute band, to track down Charlotte. She soon remains in the area and starts work at the cafe.
The cafe starts to attract diners from all walks of life and becomes known as the place for banter, intrigue and a shoulder to cry on.
Running Time: 45 minutes (approx)