Founders of Royston sandwich shop move on to pastures new

09:25 07 April 2014

The founders of a popular Royston sandwich shop are leaving the firm after eight years.

Sisters Hanna and Carla Suma opened Take 5, in Kneesworth Street, in 2006, but have now moved on to start up other businesses. Carla is remaining in the catering trade with a buffet company called The Buffet Kitchen, while Hanna is running the Silver and Gold shop in Royston.

Hanna said: “I have enjoyed Take 5 and serving our fantastic customers over the years.”

Take 5 remains open under new management.

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