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New look Lowestoft cafe is unveiled

PUBLISHED: 09:56 04 October 2012

The Mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb, officially re-launched Greggs in Lowestoft town centre on Wednesday, by cutting the ribbon and taking part in a tour of the revamped café. PICTURE: Mick Howes.

The Mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb, officially re-launched Greggs in Lowestoft town centre on Wednesday, by cutting the ribbon and taking part in a tour of the revamped café. PICTURE: Mick Howes.

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A NEW look has been given to a Lowestoft cafe following a major refurbishment.

Greggs, in Lowestoft town centre, now boasts a more modern look and feel thanks to new wall coverings and pictures, improved lighting, new furniture and signage.

The revamped café is also home to a dedicated children’s play area and new baby changing facilities and high chairs.

Raymond Reynolds, retail director for Greggs, said: “We carefully listen to what our customers are telling us about our shops and our food. People from Lowestoft asked us to give them more space for browsing, larger seating areas and to make the café more modern and family-friendly.

“We’ve taken on board their feedback and given the café a new look and feel. Alongside their favourite Greggs food, customer can also choose made-to-order sandwiches, a first for a Greggs café.”

New product lines include fish finger sandwiches, marmite and cheese toasties and children’s pick and mix lunch packs, as well as a wide selection of coffees (including babyccino), smoothies and other chilled drinks.

The Mayor of Lowestoft, Nick Webb, officially re-launched Greggs on Wednesday, by cutting the ribbon and taking part in a tour of the revamped café.


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