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Snack Attacks to open in Norman Scott Park

Patchway Town Council are pleased to announce that local family-run business, Snack Attacks, will be running the new café within Norman Scott Park.

The café which has seating for 50 people inside as well as an exterior seating area will open in December 2022. Patchway Town Council have agreed a deal with Snack Attacks to run the café for our community. The café will be opening during weekdays and weekends as well as for special events within the park.

On this new opportunity, Snack Attacks’ owner Denise Lansdown said this, ‘Snack Attacks at Patchway Roundabout are excited to announce we will be moving to the new café within the Pavilion at Scott Park. Please come and support us in this new venture. There will be many more seats inside, parking for at least 64 cars and as the weather gets warmer, we are planning to have a lovely seating area outside.

Our new name will be Snack Attacks at the Park. Follow our Facebook page for updates and daily specials’.

The Mayor of Patchway, Cllr Dayley Lawrence stated, ‘I am thrilled that the Council has agreed for Snack Attacks to run the new café at Scott Park. The business is run by Patchway residents and the prices reflect the community around us. The amount of work that Snack Attacks do in the community is overwhelming and we cannot wait to get this new café up and running this side of Christmas. We wanted the contractor to be someone local and set this as a requirement of our tender process, as we want someone who understands their community. We cannot wait to see you all there!’.

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