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Churchill’s opens the doors to No.10



Churchill’s newest addition has opened its doors in Bracknell this month, representing the chain’s 10th new store.


The takeaway and 40 cover restaurant is the second of its assisted service restaurant concepts, which allows customers to eat in at no extra charge and have their food brought over to the table on real plates with proper knives and forks.

As well as a new click & collect service, the outlet also offers a gluten free menu every Monday and Tuesday.

James Lipscombe, managing director, comments: “We continue to evolve and innovate our brand experience in response to the growing and changing needs of our customers, the response to our assisted service and gluten free offerings has been overwhelming. Bracknell is a fantastic town for us and is the first in a line of incredibly strong locations that we have scheduled to open over the next six months, which sees new Churchill’s stores opening in Essex, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Sussex & Greater London.”

The Chesterford Group, owned by father and son Hugh and James Lipscombe, operates three fish and chip brands - Churchill’s, fishnchickn and Bankers.


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