A popular Coedpoeth café is having a makeover and moving forward with new management.

Victoria (Vicki) Ashworth is the new owner of the Copper Kettle on High Street, popular for its breakfasts, burgers, baguettes, and sandwiches which are also available for delivery.

Vicki, from Minera, recently purchased the café after the previous owners put it up for sale and her daughter Jessica Anderson, who had been working at the café for two years, asked for help.

Now, Vicki is the owner and has made Jessica the manager, having kept all the staff and currently not making any changes to prices or significant changes to the menu.

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Vicki said: “My daughter has worked here for two years, and she’s picked it all up and she knows what she’s doing with the place. It’s quite a busy little caff but the takeaways are really busy.”

The Leader: Jessica Anderson and Vicki Ashworth, the mother and daughter duo running the Copper Kettle Jessica Anderson and Vicki Ashworth, the mother and daughter duo running the Copper Kettle (Image: Newsquest)

Now plans are in place to develop the café further and establish it as a community hub.

Vicki added: “There is so much stuff that’s going to be happening, I’m having it all changed. Walls are coming down, the kitchen’s being moved so then we can have a bigger café outside, I’m going to get my alcohol license and do Prosecco ladies afternoons.

“Fingers crossed it gets to be a busy little community café.”

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It is hoped that the changes will be completed by November, so that they can prepare for the Christmas rush.

The plans will be focussing on moving the kitchen and re-modelling the interior of the café and may include a dog-friendly area in the front while keeping the back dog-free.

Despite the re-modelling of the interior, the Copper Kettle will be continuing their deliveries, and are looking for staff so that they can open at weekends.

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Vicki said: “I’ve been told on Saturdays, you get all the bikers, they’re asking if we're open on a Saturday so we’ve got to start opening on a Saturday and hopefully this will be sorted in three to four weeks.”

It is hoped that the family-run café becomes a community hub for people to meet and enjoy fresh goods as it develops.

Vicki added: “It’s the same standard of food, it just needs tweaking!”