Three businesses expand in Rugby town centre with 15 jobs created

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THREE businesses in Rugby are expanding this summer - one company creating 15 jobs.

The positions have been made available at Italian restaurant Prezzo, which is opening in Regent Street on Tuesday.

They have invested £500,000 redeveloping the site and it will be managed by Monika Szymborska.

Monika said: “I am confident that Prezzo will prove popular with people of all ages and be a good addition to Rugby’s social scene.

The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and has a specially adapted toilet for people with disabilities.

Vanilla in Albert Street is opening a new homeware store, complete with delicatessen.

The former Mill Outlet building has had an impressive refurbishment in time for the launch of Vanilla Home at the end of this month.

Owner Helen Balmires said: “These are really exciting times for us and we hope we will be well supported.”

Claire Hopkins, who will be running Delish, said: “We will sell cheeses, meats, olives, bread and cakes.

“We’re really looking forward to it.”

Terracotta ladies’ clothing shop in Chapel Street is moving to new premises in Bank Street, Rugby.

It will occupy some of the former Rod Waspe shop which has been totally transformed and also houses Anna Lorimer art and framing.

Amanda Hall, senior sales worker said: “We are completely moving premises and hope it will be in September.”