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Free subs for customers at store’s grand reopening event

PUBLISHED: 11:29 12 February 2020 | UPDATED: 12:01 12 February 2020

The owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat (pictured), has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

The owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat (pictured), has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

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Free subs will be on the menu during the grand reopening of a high street favourite.

The owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat (pictured right), has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Mr Manghat is pictured with new manager, Andrew Turner (left). Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOPThe owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat (pictured right), has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Mr Manghat is pictured with new manager, Andrew Turner (left). Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Staff at the newly refurbished Subway, based in the Market Place in Dereham, will be handing them out to customers who purchase any six-inch sub on Valentine's Day.

It comes following the store undergoing its first facelift since opening its doors in the town nearly thirteen years ago.

Owner Jyothi Manghat took over its running in June 2013 and said the work had been done "for the people of Dereham".

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"We've done something that is brand new," he said.

"It's really for the benefit of the people in the town."

Two new job roles have been created at the eatery, with interviews taking place this week, as well as the introduction of new manager Andrew Turner.

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The owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat, has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Pictured is the inside. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOPThe owner of Dereham's Subway, Jyothi Manghat, has seen the store undergo its first refurbishment since taking over in June 2013. Pictured is the inside. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP

Mr Turner said: "We've been really busy but it's really exciting to see the changes."


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