Mystery surrounds closure of Preston city centre board game cafe

Posted on - 7th October, 2018 - 8:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre

Dice and Donuts in Butler Street

Dice and Donuts in Butler Street

A board game cafe in Preston city centre has closed down, it has been confirmed.


Dice and Donuts, which opened in November 2015, is now shut- although the reasons behind the closure are not clear.

The café, which was originally run by Millie Lavelle, has disappeared completely from social media which prompted customers to contact us.

Blog Preston attempted to reach Dice & Donuts for comment but was unsuccessful.

However, a former employee has confirmed that the café has closed.

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Millie opened the café in 2015 but was joined by Anthony Mark Cutter as a co-director last year.

Dice & Donuts opened after they secured funding as part of BID Preston’s Guild Merchant competition.

We will issue an update on Dice & Donuts when it becomes available.

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