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Sweet treats are coming to Harrow with new opening
Those in Harrow with a sweet tooth are in for a treat this month as popular dessert parlour, Treatz is set to open at St Anns Shopping Centre.
From Saturday 11th May, the people of Harrow will have the chance to enjoy gelato ice cream, cookie dough, waffles, sundaes, milkshakes, smoothies, pancakes, crepes and cakes, as the dessert eatery will open the 15thstore in its growing portfolio at the shopping centre.
For the opening, Treatz will be welcoming the company’s mascot ‘Mr Bubblicous’ to the centre where children will have the chance to enjoy a free tasting of Treatz flavours and take home balloons.
Located at St Anns Shopping Centre next to Moss Bros on St Anns Road, the opening of Treatz will create a number of jobs for the community and will join the dessert parlour’s impressive line-up of stores across the UK including Swansea, Glasgow, Reading, Wembley, Camden and Slough.
David Robinson, Centre Manager at St Anns Shopping Centre, said he is looking forward to welcoming Treatz and the team to the centre. “Treatz is a really popular eatery, especially around London, so we’re pleased that they will be coming to St Anns next month.
“We have a great food offering here at the centre including Burger King, Pizza Hut Express, Spud U Like and Subway, so Treatz will fit right in and hopefully become a new favourite with our shoppers,” he said. “We would like to wish the Treatz team the best of luck with the opening.”
Treatz Business Development Manager, Fahim Qureshi, said: “We’re delighted to be bringing Treatz to Harrow. During the opening day, ‘Mr Bubblicous’ will be entertaining children with balloons and free ice cream tasters. We look forward to opening our dessert parlour at St Anns and we look forward to welcoming shoppers to the opening.”