Get ready to get your taste buds tingling for sweet treats when a new doughnut shop opens in Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter in less than three weeks.
Doughnotts has confirmed via a sign in the shop window – in the former Wakefield Army Stores and Thornton’s shop next to Lush – that it will open at 9am November 30.
Doughnotts is an independent doughnut company founded in Nottingham in 2015, offering a vast array of delicious treats. It has always pulled in big crowds when bringing it’s pop-up stall to Lincoln previously, and its new permanent shop is expected to be very popular.
It will create four or five new jobs initially, including a manager and assistant manager, but there will be scope to increase this as the shop grows.
Doughnotts’ delicious treats include Glazed and Cinnamon Scrolls, as well as more extraordinary creations like Thicka than a Snicka, Cherry Bakewell and The Avocadough. They also have vegan options.
The company started off ‘in mum’s kitchen with a tenner and a wok’. Co-founders Megan Scaddan and Wade Smith then got themselves a micro-bakery and their own coffee and doughnut bar in Nottingham.
Doughnotts already has stores in Nottingham, Leicester and Derby, with Lincoln the newest addition to the list.