Coffee shop Bob and Berts has revealed it will open the doors of its Bury store at the end of this month.

The Irish coffee chain will open its latest branch at The Rock on Friday, April, 29 complete with a dining area and outdoor seating.

The store’s official opening takes place just two months after the company announced the opening of its fourth English store in Bury.

The coffee house, which also offers an array of breakfast items, prides itself playing a part in the community and supporting local charities.

Ahead of the grand opening, the store is also giving customers the chance to try its menu for free as part of a Facebook competition.

Posting on social media, the company said: “Our fourth store in England is officially opening on Friday, April 29.

“We’re celebrating with a Launch Event on Wednesday 27th for local folks to check out our menu for free.

“That’s it, you can try a main meal and a drink - all free of charge, you'll also receive a Bob and Berts goodie bag filled with lots of treats! Sounds good, right?”

Bob and Burts opened its first store in Portstewart, Northern Ireland in 2013 and expanded across the country before opening stores in Scotland and England.

It now has 23 locations across the UK and Ireland.

Ahead of the opening, co-founder David Fergurson said: “I’ve been really proud of the progress we’ve made since 2013 and I hope we can bring some more of what makes us unique.

“For people in the community who have never been to a Bob and Berts store or maybe never heard the name, I hope they come and along and give us a try because they’ll be in for something they can’t get anywhere else.

“Each one of our stores has ties and connections with local organisations in that area, and that’s something we’re looking to do in Bury.”

Announcing the opening, a spokesman for The Rock added: “We are excited to announce that Bob and Berts Bury will be opening here at The Rock in just a few weeks time.”

Later this year, the company has plans to expand across the North West, including into possible sites in Blackpool, Manchester and Southport.