Canadian coffee and donut chain Tim Hortons is opening a new drive-thru restaurant in Stockport.
The brand – famous for its Timbits mini-donuts and Iced Capp frozen coffee – is coming soon to Stockport Retail Park on Great Portwood Street.
It will be the fifth Tim Hortons restaurant to open in Greater Manchester, after stores in Salford, Rusholme, Bury and Altrincham.
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Meanwhile, the company is also opening a new drive-thru store in Gemini8 Business Park in Warrington, which will be Cheshire City’s second Tim Hortons.
Kevin Hydes, chief commercial officer at Tim Hortons UK and Ireland, said: “We are thrilled to be able to bring two brand new drive-thru restaurants to the North West, our first in Stockport and our second restaurant in Warrington.
“Our guests have been very keen to get more drive-through opportunities locally and we are really looking forward to being a little closer to our fans.
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“We are proud to invest in the local community and know that there is a wealth of talent, so we will very soon seek to recruit a number of full-time and part-time positions.
“Not only that, but we encourage local fans of Tim Hortons to keep an eye out for more news as we develop our plans for a grand opening.”
Tim Hortons says it hopes to open restaurants in all major cities in the UK by the end of next year, which will create more than 2,000 jobs across the country.
Forty new jobs will be created in the Stockport store with a mix of full-time and part-time work, while the company promises progression and training opportunities.
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