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A former bank is branching out into a new future as a fast food outlet this spring bringing new jobs with it.

The former Santander premises at 39 Market Place, Wisbech is set to become a new Subway outlet with the creation of up to 10 jobs.

Subway, the American owned multi-national fast food restaurant franchise, which specialises in sandwiches of every variety from submarines and wraps as well as salads and drinks, previously had a branch in the town in Falcon Road, but currently only has a branch on the A47 off Lynn Road.

Wisbech branch of Santander closed in May 2019. (54317419)
Wisbech branch of Santander closed in May 2019. (54317419)

A spokesperson, for Subway, which was founded by 17-year-old Fred DeLuca and financed by Peter Buck in 1965 as Pete's Super Submarines in Bridgeport, Connecticut, said: "We're very excited to confirm that a new locally owned Subway store is opening in Wisbech this March, creating 10 new jobs for people in the local area.

"We look forward to welcoming guests to the store very shortly, serving freshly made-to-order and signature sandwiches, wraps and salads for dine-in and takeaway, as well as delivery via Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo."



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