The owner of Cherry Pie, Dan in the cafe.

27 February 2020

Cherry Pie will re-open at Preston Markets in the coming weeks, following a complete renovation and extension of the cafe.

Alongside the delicious cakes and coffees they previously sold, they will be adding new items to their menu including a variety of ice cream and jacket potatoes. All food and drink options will be available to both sit in and take away from the new extended counter.

Councillor Robert Boswell, Cabinet Member for Environment and Community Safety at Preston City Council said:

"It is great to see Cherry Pie re-opening in the Market Hall. It has always been a popular café and I look forward to exploring their extended menu. The renovation of the unit is looking great and the expansive seating area will welcome their regular and new customers to Cherry Pie.

As always I encourage everyone to shop local and support independent businesses to benefit from the great value, local produce on offer."

Dan Kynaston, Owner of Cherry Pie said:

"I can't wait to re-open at Preston Markets. The new look Cherry Pie will be launching in a few weeks and I look forward to welcoming back my customers.

I have added the new take away counter to allow customers to easily pick up their lunch without entering the cafe, while not to disturb the customers relaxing within the seating area.

There will be great offers on every day and I will announce the opening date shortly, keep your eyes peeled."

Further Information

  • Cherry Pie has expanded into the adjacent stall in-between themselves and Livesey's Butchers.
  • An official opening date will be provided in the coming weeks.
  • Preston City Council actively applies and prioritises the principles of Community Wealth Building wherever applicable and appropriate. Community Wealth Building is an approach which aims to ensure the economic system builds wealth and prosperity for everyone.