The Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Barry Findlay, today officially opened new business Kaspa's Desserts at the city centre's showpiece i10 building.

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He was joined by Mayoress Margaret Findlay and, Cabinet Member for City Economy, Councillor John Reynolds for the ribbon cutting and to meet the manager, Bal Dhanjal, and her staff.

The dessert house chain has taken over two units to house its first Midlands branch, which sits opposite Sainsbury's Local near the railway and bus stations.

It will employ more than 25 local people at the multi-million pound office and retail development.

The i10 building, was completed in December and forms part of the city's £120 million Interchange plans.

  • released: Friday 24 June, 2016