With two locations in Gloucestershire already, two of which are positioned in South Cerney and Cirencester, Triple Two Coffee is preparing to initiate it's third coffee shop in Cheltenham. The shop will launch at 223 High Street (we see what you did there!) on Friday 21st December 2018, replacing the former indoor clothing company, Trespass. 

Opening a store just last month in Cirencester, the independent coffee chain is showing signs of rapid growth within the food and drink industry implementing nine shops up and down the country in under two years and aim to open a further 52 franchises by 2020. 

The brand boasts of fresh ingredients, good quality food and speciality coffee with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. They are also commited to the nationwide campaign to cutdown on waste offering a 25p discount on reusable cups or a free coffee with every Triple Two KeepCup sold. 

The coffee shop hopes to be 'a place where people can get a great quality cup of coffee alongside awesome fresh food in a cool and relaxed environment for the same price as the leading high street chains.' 

The Cheltenham store is set to be the biggest to date spanning over two floors with over 100 covers and a fully accessible ground floor is offering free coffee, doughnuts and goodie bags to the first 50 customers through their doors to celebrate the opening on Friday. 

Josh Roberts from Triple Two Coffee said: "Cheltenham is a great town and it’s local to us as the company owners are from Cirencester. We just love the High Street there and it seemed like the next place for us to go."




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