Costa Coffee opens shop in Wisbech’s Horsefair Shopping Centre

12:49 14 May 2014

Horsefair manager Kevin Smith welcomes Wisbech’s Costa manager Gemma Kane and Andy Armit, area manager, along with supervisor Emma Poole to the shopping centre.

Horsefair manager Kevin Smith welcomes Wisbech’s Costa manager Gemma Kane and Andy Armit, area manager, along with supervisor Emma Poole to the shopping centre.

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A new coffee shop has opened in Wisbech town centre.

A Costa Coffee branch has replaced the 02 phone store at the Horsefair Shopping Centre.

Gemma Kane, manager of the Costa Wisbech store, said: “We’re so excited to be able to serve Wisbech coffee lovers with a quality cup of coffee, handcrafted by our team of talented baristas.

“We hope that our local community will come and pay us a visit soon.”

Horsefar manager Kevin Smith said: “We are very pleased and incredibly excited to welcome Costa to the Horsefair Shopping Centre.

“It’s great that another reputable chain is coming to Wisbech. It’ll be a fantastic addition to the Horsefair’s current mix of retailers and will be a great boost for the town centre.”

Costa is open Monday to Saturday from 7am-6.30pm, and on Sundays from 8.30am-5.30pm.

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