12 jobs created with opening of Costa Coffee

By Esther Hayden

Published 19/05/2015 | 00:00

Amy Kennedy, Iza Bednarczyk, Cllr George Lawlor, Weronika Kubiak, manager; Ciaran Kennedy and Aleksandra Blimka.
Amy Kennedy, Iza Bednarczyk, Cllr George Lawlor, Weronika Kubiak, manager; Ciaran Kennedy and Aleksandra Blimka.

Twelve new jobs have been created in Wexford following the opening of a Costa Coffee outlet in the town centre.

The new shop was officially opened in the former South 51 premises on South Main Street by Mayor of Wexford George Lawlor on Monday.

A total of 12 jobs have been created with the opening of the store and staff have undergone specialist barista training in Dublin and Cork prior to taking up their position.

Brian McMahon, Head of Operations for Costa Ireland, said: 'We're delighted to be opening our new Costa Coffee in Wexford Town with the creation of 12 new jobs. It's a really great location, and we think we've found another perfect location for our customers to relax and enjoy our barista handcrafted coffee and tempting selection of food.

'Staff have enjoyed barista training to the highest level at our Costa Academies in Dublin and Cork, and will be given every opportunity to develop their career with Costa.'

There are now 95 Costa stores in Ireland employing over 1000.

The coffee shop will be open seven days a week from 8am with the exception of Sunday when it opens at 11am.

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