Copper café in West Bridgford has welcomed a new look to its premises thanks to Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Shop Front Improvement Grant.
The Great Northern Group outlet on Central Avenue in the town has freshened its appearance with a new fascia incorporating its classic brand after successfully securing the funding that assists renovation, re-design and general improvements.
Over 20 businesses across Rushcliffe have now benefited from the scheme, making essential improvements which assist businesses to match contributions up to the value of £5,000.
Copper Manager Anthony Wilson said: “We’re really pleased with the new look and feel of the bar as you walk in and thank Rushcliffe Borough Council for their assistance.
“We’ve built up a great reputation on the avenue over many years but it’s always great to get extra support like this so we can make improvements when we feel it’s right.
“Over the next few weeks we are launching our new app, the GNG Club, in conjunction with the other venues within our group.
“You will be able to sit outside the cafe, watching the world go by and if you’d like another aperol spritz or cappuccino you can order it directly from your phone to arrive at your table.”
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Business and Transformation Cllr Andy Edyvean met Anthony to view the improvements.
He said: “It is great to see another Rushcliffe business benefit from this brilliant scheme and at a time when we are continuing to encourage everyone to shop locally and shop safe and that includes visiting our wonderful bars and restaurants across the Borough.
“Copper and Great Northern Group are among those rising to the challenges this incredibly difficult business climate is presenting and we’re pleased to assist them with this work that will only encourage even more customers through their doors.”