Tea brings jobs

Up to five full-time equivalent jobs will be created at a new themed tearoom and bookshop in Wellington.

Beatons Tearoom, inspired by royal photographer and costume designer Sir Cecil Beaton, will be opening in the town’s Market Square later this year. The business will sell over 30 loose leaf teas, regional coffee blends and food, and will also have a number of books on offer.

Patrick Duffy, CEO of Beatons, says, “The coming together of this great location and its history, I am certain, is going to add to this wonderfully vibrant town and I look forward to spending time there myself enjoying all the town has to offer.”

Further details of the launch will be announced in the coming months. Visit beatonstearooms.co.uk for details.

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