Popular independent Corby coffee shop reopens after refurb

Bewiched in Corby has reopened following a refit

Bewiched has had a refit
Bewiched has had a refit

The much-loved cafe, one of a locally-owned chain of ten, has had a spruce-up with new fixtures and fittings.

It reopened to customers on Friday afternoon (January 17).

The chain, owned by Matthew and Victoria Fountain from Kettering, has expanded rapidly during the past decade. Its Corby branch opened in 2013 and it also has outlets in Kettering, Peterborough, Northampton, Rushden Lakes, Higham Ferrers, Rothwell, Burton Latimer, Wellingborough town centre and Wellingborough railway station.

The shop has been given a bright and airy new look

Across the group, the coffee shops serve 18,000 customers every week.

Bewiched is known for its no-nonsense coffee and it’s unique milkshakes.

The Corby shop first opened in 2013