Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 4 April 2022
A NEW bakery serving up breads, cakes, and other baked goods, is to set up shop in part of the former Voodoo Lounge nightclub on Regent Street in Hinckley town centre.
That is according to a handwritten sign which has been placed on the front door of Unit 1A in the Highcross Buildings, which simply reads: “Unit 1A – Addylline Ltd.”
This reveals that a taker has now been found, and secured, for the last of the retail units that were created inside of the Highcross Buildings, after the other two units have been occupied by Forever Sun tanning salon and Benito’s Mexican restaurant.
Whilst no further notices or signage has yet gone up to reveal any further details about Addylline in the town, a profile has been set up on a corporate website named Endole, stating that the independent business are to serve up and manufacture food.
It further states that the company, incorporated in Hinckley, was founded two months and three weeks ago, back on Friday, 14 January.
And, it has a total of four different classifications listed for its business, giving people an idea of what they may be doing once they are open and trading in the town.
The company will make a number of foods and trade as a bakery.
Bread, fresh pastry goods, cakes, rusks, biscuits, preserved pastry goods and cakes, will all be manufactured and cooked up on-site inside of the unit.
As well as this, ‘prepared’ meals and dishes will be served up, as well as other food products.
The Hinckley Free Press were unable to reach a spokesperson for Addylline at the time of publication (Monday, 4 April).