Mamady Sidibé, ex Stoke City FC player, and his wife Bineta are opening a French Patisserie at intu Potteries in the Lower Mall. Both are food lovers and always wanted to share their French cuisine heritage.
“All our childhood memories are tightly linked to patisseries. In France, you find them in every street corner. Opening a French patisserie is for us a way to let you indulge in gorgeous cakes’ said Mamady.
Along with mouth watering cakes, gateaux and macaroons, Melice will be offering French breakfast and lunch menus.
The store will be opening on Saturday 12th July.
intu provides additional support and customer service for our customers with dementia, their families and carers.
Following our drive to make our centres autism friendly, this year we are working towards becoming dementia friendly, using Dementia Action Week as an opportunity to raise awareness and create some dementia friendly activities.
Some of the activities we will be doing throughout the…Read more
Our corporate responsibility (CR) initiatives are closely tied to the successful running of our centres and help deliver operational excellence. Equipping staff to meet the needs of customers with autism or ensuring, via our skills programmes, that retailers can access a better-prepared talent pool of potential employees – these activities directly support the welcome our customers receive at our …Download
Shoppers can be assured that they’re in very safe hands when visiting intu Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent, as the team is celebrating the achievement of the Park Mark – Safer Parking Scheme award for 16 years running! Plus, they have been awarded Park Mark status for the surface car park adjacent to its leisure complex which includes 7 restaurants and a 9-screen cinema.
A Park Mark is awarded to…Read more