A Bury coffee shop is giving customers 50 per cent off food and drink this month to help people during the cost of living crisis.

Piers and Lee, based at Community House on Badger Street, has announced the promotion to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III, and believe the deal will support its customers amid the rise in bills and goods.

Bury Times: Piers & Lee staff with Deputy Mayor Sandra WalmsleyPiers & Lee staff with Deputy Mayor Sandra Walmsley (Image: Piers & Lee)

Until May 31, customers who order via the café website on Click & Collect can receive 50 per cent off hot and cold food as well as hot drinks.

Jason Davenport, owner of Piers and Lee, said they are “passionate” about supporting the community.

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Bury Times: Inside Piers & Lee Inside Piers & Lee (Image: Piers & Lee)

He said: "We source our produce from local businesses and for a limited time only, we are running a ‘King’s Coronation Deal’ that will give you a king-size 50 per cent discount on hot drinks and hot and cold food.

“We understand the struggles due to the cost of living, so we would like to give back to our community and support where possible.

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“Our offer on half-price pizza will carry on running, and with every pizza we sell, we will be donating 50p to The Attic Project Bury.

Bury Times: Piers & LeePiers & Lee (Image: Piers & Lee)

“It is also a great opportunity to take advantage and try our top-quality produce, sourced from local suppliers, including The Top Chop Butchers, Ernill’s Bakery and The Bury Black Pudding Company.”

The offer excludes cold drinks, cakes, biscuits and crisps and the café is open from is open weekdays  from 7.15am until 5pm with food being served until 4.15pm

Bury Times: Inside Piers & LeeInside Piers & Lee (Image: Piers & Lee)

The café is dog friendly with indoor seating and a car park available.

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