Cafe chain Grounded to open in Keynsham's former Lloyds Bank
Published on: 07 Jul 2014
Bristol-based cafe chain Grounded is coming to Keynsham High Street, Keynshamvoice can reveal.
The company has confirmed it has agreed on premises at 39 High Street, the former Lloyds Bank building, and has applied for planning permission. It is hoped the branch will be open by Christmas.
The move represents a homecoming for owner and founder of Grounded Tobie Holbrook, who was born in Keynsham.
A spokesperson said: “His strong personal connection to the town means that it has been on the Grounded wishlist for some time.
"We are really looking forward to becoming part of the vibrant community, as the café will be well-placed in the centre of the town. We think that Grounded and everything the café stands for in terms of family values and local community will fit in really well in Keynsham."
Keynsham will be Grounded's sixth branch, with four cafes in Bristol and one in Corsham, which opened earlier this year. The existing cafes also host live music and open into the evening. Find out more at www.cafegrounded.co.uk.