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A Rugby restaurant has been renovated and promises to bring up to 15 new jobs.

Owned and operated by local franchisee, Glyn Pashley, the Leicester Road restaurant is one of the first McDonald’s in the region to undergo the ‘Convenience of the Future’ redesign.

The ambitious ‘Convenience of the Future’ restaurant revamp programme combines a new restaurant layout with the latest technology to create a more seamless and enjoyable experience for customers.

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A spokesperson for McDonald's said: “With the rise in delivery and the way customers order, collect and enjoy their McDonald’s continuing to evolve, the Rugby restaurant will now offer a separate ‘McDelivery only’ area, which allows delivery drivers to go in and out of a dedicated courier entrance and service area.”

The team at McDonald’s in Leicester RoadThe team at McDonald’s in Leicester Road
The team at McDonald’s in Leicester Road

Glyn Pashley, who owns and operates 25 McDonald’s restaurants across the midlands including Rugby Leicester Road, said: “McDonald’s is always looking into ways to improve the customer experience and by investing in these changes in my restaurant - we’ll be doing just that.

"I’m proud to say that as well as improving the customer experience, the investment will create 10-15 new jobs for local people."

"I’m looking forward to welcoming my customers back into the restaurant to experience the changes first hand!”