Local speciality coffee shop owners Andy and Phil Gallanders have been big supporters of the Tŷ Pawb project and have followed its progress from the start.

The entrepreneurial duo have now announced they will be moving their Bank Street Coffee shop to Tŷ Pawb and renaming it BL_NK C_NV_S. The new shop will be open on Monday 2nd April to celebrate Dydd Llun Pawb with the rest of Wrexham.

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BL_NK C_NV_S will initially serve a similar menu to Bank Street Coffee which is famous for quality hot and cold drinks and locally baked cakes. They said: “We look forward to developing a wider food range over the coming months as we work with the other businesses that are opening in the food court to ensure that the whole food offering of Tŷ Pawb is varied and of real quality. We are delighted to say that we will be extending their cake range from the amazing Simply Bakes including more vegan cakes which are proving to be more popular than ever. they are also looking forward to the number of exciting events already planned for the performance space and we hope to organise some events of our own such as our upcoming event with spoken word artist Sabrina Benaim that is being held in Un Deg Un on Saturday 24 March.”

Listen to their latest video clip about their venture here:

Their announcement follows the news that two other well known town centre businessmen Alex Jones and Sam Regan are also backing Tŷ Pawb by opening up their new venture named Plât Bach – Welsh for Little Plate – which will deliver a unique blend of tapas-inspired dishes featuring Welsh produce and twists on classic combinations.

You can read more here https://news.wrexham.gov.uk/draft-restaurateurs-will-bring-foodie-fare-to-ty-pawb/

Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities, Partnerships, Public Protection and Community Safety, said: “This is further excellent news and is a good sign of the high estimation local businesses have for Tŷ Pawb. We have been very pleased at the level of interest shown by traders in the facility and we are confident there will be plenty on offer for visitors when the facility opens on 2 April with the celebratory event “Dydd Llun Pawb” which will be a fantastic day for all the family to enjoy.”

You can read more about Dydd Llun Pawb here

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