Tim Hortons to reopen Glengormley branch

Tim Hortons has announced that it will reopen seven of their 25 UK restaurants in a limited capacity on Friday, May 15.

Thursday, 7th May 2020, 4:38 pm
Tim Hortons, Glengormley.

The Connswater Retail Park branch and Glengormley branch will be reopening alongside five outlets in Scotland and England.

A spokesperson for the coffee chain said: “Recently, we began working through a potential and limited reopening plan consulting with our employees and with trade bodies to ensure we do so safely and responsibly.

“On Friday, May 15, we will reopen seven of our restaurants in the UK in a limited capacity. We will only be opening our drive thru lanes for customers and we will service delivery orders in partnership with Deliveroo and Just Eat. There will not be any customer access inside our restaurants.

“We will return with much smaller teams in our restaurants however we will endeavour to serve our customers with a full menu offering including Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Meals and a full range of our Donuts and Timbits.

“At a minimum, these first seven restaurants will initially be open from 7am – 10pm, seven days a week.”

Kevin Hydes, Chief Commercial Officer at Tim Hortons UK and Ireland said: “At Tim Hortons, our priority is the safety and well-being of our teams and our guests, therefore, we have taken our time to ensure that as we begin to reopen our restaurants we are able to so with confidence and an eagerness to provide our customers with the great tasting products they have come to expect.”

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