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Olive Tree Brasserie to close Preston city centre restaurant

Posted on - 19th August, 2021 - 11:10am | Author - | Posted in - Business, City Centre, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston, What's On in Preston
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Olive Tree Brasserie has closed its door in Preston city centre.

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After ongoing negotiations with the landlord through the difficult 18 months that have passed, the popular restaurant is having to suddenly close in Church Street.

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Dean Wilson, Director of Olive Tree Brasserie said in a statement: “We would like to thank all of our loyal customers, many of whom have enjoyed the brand over many years as well as our dedicated Preston team for all their hard work and passion in making the Olive Tree Brasserie Preston experience one to remember.

“Thankfully all Preston staff members are keeping their jobs and will be working at our Lytham restaurant.Our Lytham, Stockton Heath & Chester restaurants remain unaffected and are open as usual.

“We want to assure you that the Olive Tree Brand is stronger than ever and we have an exciting future ahead. We will endeavor to transfer as many bookings from Preston to any of our remaining locations upon request and will be in touch shortly to arrange this as customer service remains at the heart of what we do.

Dean Wilson, director of Olive Tree Brasserie
Dean Wilson, director of Olive Tree Brasserie

“If you have any questions in relation to the closing of the Olive Tree Brasserie in Preston, you can contact the Head Office on 01772 319084 (Available Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm) or email gmpreston@olivetreebrasserie.co.uk.

“Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you again at Lytham, Chester or Stockton Heath.”

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