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