Free lunch offered as new Pret opens in Uxbridge on Thursday to replace Natwest

The new Pret - display boards have been showing in the shop front in recent weeks The new Pret - display boards have been showing in the shop front in recent weeks

A new Pret A Manger is set to open in Uxbridge High Street on Thursday, the company has told Hillingdon is Here.

The sandwich and hot drinks outlet will replace the former Natwest Bank space near the Pavillions Shopping Centre.


The shop will have two floors of internal seating for around 100 customers and free Wi-Fi.

To celebrate the launch, the team will be offering a sneak peek of the shop and free lunch for the first 400 customers on Thursday.

The company is on the look-out for homeless charities in the area to donate unsold food to in the evenings. Suggestions from readers can be sent via the Pret Foundation Trust team - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Over the past year, Pret’s national scheme has distributed over three million food items to homeless charities, hostels and shelters across the UK, according to the company.

Work has been ongoing for weeks, with Pret adverts in the windows, as shown in the photo below.

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Below - Natwest bank in 2015 courtesy of Google



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