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Expansion for Ground

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Expansion for Ground thumbnailGround coffee shop in Ballymoney, the firm has just announced a 400,000 expansion that will create 40 new jobs including three locally. WK46-AM-024

BALLYMONEY'S popular artisan coffee chain Ground Espresso Bars has announced a multimillion pound expansion plan which includes new stores in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland.
Ground has undergone significant growth in recent years across Northern Ireland and opened its first store in the Republic of Ireland in 2015.
This next stage in the company's aggressive expansion plans will see three new stores open before Christmas, representing an investment of over 400,000 and creating over 40 new full and part time jobs in local communities and three jobs at Ground's head office in Ballymoney.
The new stand-alone sites include the old Pump House in Portadown, part of a 400k regeneration scheme on the River Bann, Laganbank Retail Park, Lisburn, and Victoria Square shopping centre, Belfast.
The new stores will bring the company's total number of coffee shops to 23.
*Read the full story in this week's Chronicle

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