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New restaurant will create 50 jobs

A new bar and restaurant, which boasts creative cocktails, deli sharing boards and meat feasts, is set to open at The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham on December 3.

The Botanist is taking a 6,500sq ft unit and says it will create 50 jobs with recruitment underway for chefs, bar tenders, servers and various other staff.

Named the best place to work in hospitality by The Sunday Times, The Botanist is part of the New World Trading Company with seven brands and 20 venues across the country employing more than 1,000 across the UK.

Operations manager Rich Pearson said: "Not only are we a team, we are a family and we take on people because of their positive personalities.

"When we open a new site, concoct a new cocktail, create a new dish or welcome a customer, its really about discovering fresh happiness."

The Botanist says it is set to bring "a secret garden of food and drink, in a spacious and airy spot in The Brewery Quarter, bringing the outside in with a striking interior of walls adorned with flowers, trees and vines as well as intriguing antiquities, trinkets and treasures."

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