Hit Coffee, a small independent food and drink retailer has recently taken occupation at Cross Gates Station in Leeds.
The station is located in the East Leeds suburb of Cross Gates, approximately 4 miles away from Leeds city centre. It is an area of high street potential that includes a shopping centre, transport links, schools, and pubs.
The small café opened its doors for the first time on Saturday 29th July, with 7am to 3pm Monday to Saturday being its operating times.
Curtis Roach, Station Development at Northern, said: “We are very excited to see Hit Coffee launch at Cross Gates station, proving our passengers with a vast selection of cakes, coffees and coolers when travelling through our station.”
Oscar Pickering, Surveyor at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “We are excited to have found occupation for a quality independent start-up like Hit Coffee, bringing much needed life into Cross Gates Station to support the areas growth and community spirit.”
Katie, the owner of the Hit Coffee café, said: “I have over 16 years’ experience in hospitality and wanted to create a place that is warm and welcoming to everyone. I wanted a name that meant something to me. Therefore, I chose my children’s initials which then made up HIT.”
Lambert Smith Hampton leased the unit to Hit Coffee and Cross Gates Station is operated by Northern Rail.
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