Vicar Lane Shopping Centre in Chesterfield has announced that Vintage Tea Rooms has purchased fellow local business, Liza Bakes.
The Vintage Tea Rooms has announced the move after going from strength-to-strength since it joined the shopping centre in February 2021.
Despite opening its doors during the midst of the pandemic, the business has grown significantly, and Sharon Hilton (owner) has now had the confidence to take a new leap and purchase another renowned local business in Liza Bakes.
Liza Bakes has long been a provider of high-quality cakes and treats available at Vintage Tea Rooms, and when the opportunity arose to purchase the business and turn it into an in-house bakery, Sharon had no hesitation.
The bakery has already been moved to Vintage Tea Rooms, and Sharon has big plans for the new acquisition, with hopes to further expand the customer base, offer more takeaway options, and sell an array of celebration cakes.
Sharon Hilton, owner of Vintage Tea Rooms, says: ‘’We definitely made the right decision moving our business to Vicar Lane back in 2021. Without the move, we probably wouldn’t have been in a strong enough position to acquire Liza Bakes. So, I’d like to say a big ‘thank you’ to the Vicar Lane team and our lovely customers (old and new)!’’
Find Vintage Tea Rooms on Steeplegate at Vicar Lane, next to CEX. Vicar Lane is also home to several independent businesses, such as Shop Indie, Qoozies, Clarissa’s Interiors, Nana B Baby and Childrenswear Boutique, Pizza Pi and Precious Memories by Anne Marie.
Alongside the independent offer, shoppers can also find a plethora of nationally recognised brands, such as Iceland, Holland & Barrett, Superdrug, Waterstones, New Look and JD Sports.
Find out more about the fantastic shopping experiences on offer in Chesterfield here: https://www.chesterfield.co.uk/visiting/shopping/
Vicar Lane Shopping Centre supports the marketing and economic growth of the town through Chesterfield Champions, a network of over 200 organisations across Chesterfield and North Derbyshire.