BECWS Môn have become the twelfth business to announce that they will be moving into the Menai Science Park (M-SParc) when it opens in early 2018.

The Park, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bangor University, recently announced the names of 11 companies, including Ambionics and Diagnostig, who will be moving into the building in the New Year.

Now, Becws Môn have announced that they will be running an on-site cafe.

M-SParc, aims to provide high quality premises for companies in the science and technology sectors, and offers

unique support packages to each company in order to assist them to grow.

M-SParc say that Becws Môn were awarded a contract because of the high quality produce and service they offer.

The offer will include breakfast and lunchtime meals, providing catering for meetings and events, and cups of local Poblado coffee to fuel the companies on site.

As the Tanio area will be open to the public, anyone can come and enjoy the food on offer.

Ieuan Wyn Jones, Director of the Science Park, said “It’s excellent news that Becws Môn will run the cafe facility.

"We will work closely with them, as we will with all our tenant businesses, to ensure their businesses succeed and grow on the Park.

"Using local produce and suppliers is also important to us, as it helps reduce our carbon footprint, and we see Becws Môn already doing this to produce high quality food.”

Richard Lewis, CEO of Becws Môn, said “We’re really looking forward to this opportunity, which allows expansion for our company.

"We have a small outlet at Gaerwen, Becws Mefus on the Island already, so it’s great to be able to add M-SParc to this.

"We’re keen to ensure the food we offer is of a high quality and consistent, as we know some companies will be bringing potential investors to see them at M-SParc and what we offer will be part of that experience.

"The M-SParc team so far have been great, and we look forward to working closely with them on this venture.”