A coffee house has opened its doors in the Mill Gate Shopping Centre in Bury, taking over the former Gloria Jeans store.

The Coffee House opened its doors on Wednesday, July 19, adding a 15th store to its growing portfolio of shops which can be found in Bolton, Sale and Warrington.

The business started trading in 2011 in Lymm, Warrington, by brothers Chris and Stephen Shelmerdine, who set out to change the way people eat, drink and relax in their local communities.

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Chris said: "We couldn't be more excited to meet the community of Bury.

“We are passionate about creating a great customer experience with our hand roasted coffee, fresh food and bakes.

“We have a great new team which we can't wait to introduce to the community."

The food products are made everyday in their Warrington-based central production facility before being packaged and delivered to their stores daily.

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The Coffee House is known for its speciality coffee produced in their "RoastHouse", which can be enjoyed in the café or be bought online, along with a range of loose-leaf teas, brewing equipment and accessories.

Every store follows a signature interior design, with exclusive wall murals throughout.

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The store has a bespoke wooden counter, handmade by the brothers' father, industrial-style furnishings, ambient lighting and comfortable seating to create a modern, relaxing environment, as well as free Wi-Fi and accessible toilet facilities.

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