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Paddy & Scott's opens cafe in Colchester's Northern Gateway Sports Park

Its managing director expects the location to be a landmark destination.

Suffolk coffee company Paddy & Scott’s opened its newest cafe at Colchester’s Northern Gateway Sports Park.

Open for takeaway, the chain joins the £28.8 million Northern Gateway facility, which features a 1-mile floodlit cycle track. The 76-acre sport and leisure facility also has a learn to ride facility and cycle pump track for children, alongside 3G pitches, grass rugby pitches, a multi-use sports centre, indoor cricket, badminton, and futsal.

“It’s going to be a landmark destination for the region with some fantastic facilities. It’s great to be a part of something that links to health, sustainability and well-being,” Paddy & Scott’s managing director Jon Reed said.

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