A new bakery is opening this week.

Cornish Bakery will open its doors in Lewes at the ex-M&Co store in The Friars, High Street, on Wednesday.

A company spokesman said: "We're incoming, we'll be throwing open the doors to our newest bakery this coming Wednesday.

"Our brilliant East Sussex team is hard at work behind the scenes, and we thought we'd treat you to a sneak peek."

The Argus: There is plenty of seating available for customers

In photographs taken of the interior, a light neutral colour scheme with plenty of seating options for customers can be seen.

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The Argus: Goodies were handed out to the community last week ahead of opening

Last week, the bakery handed out goodies to the community as a taster of what to expect.

The Argus: The interior of the branch looks light and cosy

The store will serve a range of hot and cold beverages alongside a number of national favourites set to include feta swirls, tortillas, ham hock toasties and savoury scones.

Cornish pasties, cheese straws and croissants will also be on the menu.

The Lewes branch is the third to open in Sussex, with the chain already having stores in Hastings and Rye.