Cups of teas and a slice of toast can now be found at Preston Bus Station after the grade-II listed building’s cafe has reopened.Advertisement
A major refurbishment left the cafe’s doors closed for several months, since January 2018.
Mr Chaudhry Akram is the owner of the cafe, and is excited about the the business blooming since its reopening.
The cafe was closed as part of the multi-million pound restoration of the grade-II listed building.
Other refurbishments at Preston Bus Station include a revamp to the concourse area as the majority of buses move to going from the eastern side of the building.
A new public square will be created on the western side along with the multi-million pound Preston Youth Zone.
Major changes have also been made to the size of parking spaces within the Bus Station’s car park and a floor-by-floor refurbishment.
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Mr Chaudhry Akram, owner of Preston Bus Station’s Cafe, said: “It’s been very successful since we reopened, and we are getting more and more people in.
“Inside it is now lighter, modern and very airy.
“We have six staff including full-time and part-time employees.”
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