Doughnuts bring jobs to Oldbury
A new Tim Hortons drive-through will create around 50 new vacancies at Birchley Island Retail Park on the Wolverhampton Road.
The building has been empty for over five years since previous occupant Toys ’R’ Us filed for bankruptcy and closed its stores. Birmingham-based developer Hortons’ Estate is renovating the whole site, which will also include a new B&M store, changes to the car park and extra retail and leisure spaces.
The new drive through Tim Hortons will be the Canadian company’s second store in the Black Country and will be looking for around 50 full and part time staff when it opens later this spring.
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