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Indian restaurant in Broughton to stay open – as they buy the premises

Posted on - 21st March, 2018 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Business, Food & Drink, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston
Another view of the Indian restaurant on the Broughton crossroads
Another view of the Indian restaurant on the Broughton crossroads

An Indian restaurant in Preston has bought the building it operates from.

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Owners of a Touch of Spice at the Broughton crossroads said a number of investors had helped them secure the premises.

The building, which was on the market for around £550,000, has been bought for an undisclosed sum.

A spokesman for the Touch of Spice restaurant told Blog Preston: “We have been able to buy the building thanks to investors.

“We will be remaining as an Indian restaurant.”

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Now the building has been secured renovation works have begun on the car park, including pruning a number of trees.

The building which borders the old Garstang Road and Whittingham Lane has a historical connection.

It has a blue plaque to mark it is the founding place for the Broughton Catholic Charitable Society in 1787.

Have you visited the Touch of Spice? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below

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