Former Girls Aloud member Cheryl has delighted fans in Chorleywood by visiting a charity café.

Last week, the pop star visited Mission EmployAble's Café on the Common, at Chorleywood Cricket Club.

During the visit, the café's intern George was able to showcase his customer service skills and, in return, was given "some lovely feedback". 

Mission EmployAble is a charity based in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, that offers an 11-month training programme for young adults with learning disabilities.

The charity then helps these people to find paid employment at the end of the course.

The charity told The Watford Observer of how Cheryl signed her autograph for George before putting her arm around him and praising his customer service abilities.

Cass Langham, Training Manager at Mission EmployAble said: “It was a real pleasure to have Cheryl stop by our Café on the Common and show her support for the charity, and for George to receive some lovely feedback.”

A post on Mission EmployAble's Facebook page added: "Thank you to Cheryl for popping in - it was great to meet you!"


Cheryl - once Cheryl Cole - now lives in Buckinghamshire, having come from Newcastle, and once resided in nearby Radlett.

The former Girls Aloud singer and X Factor judge moved to Chalfont St Peter after splitting from One Direction member Liam Payne.

Watford Observer: Cheryl with Mission EmployAble intern George.Cheryl with Mission EmployAble intern George. (Image: Mission EmployAble)

Last year, fans were able to see the star in the flesh, performing as Jenny in hit West End show 2:22.

Further details regarding Mission EmployAble, and the charity's internships, can be found at: