A cafe in Hazlemere has been undergoing some changes whilst in lockdown and will look to serve pizza and alcohol to residents once it reopens.

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Starting this week The Pantry will be open for takeaway as locals will be able to order from a smaller menu using a hatch at the front of the store.

The Pantry confirmed it was them renovating the cafe on the Hazlemere Facebook page after rumours that the popular cafe had gone bust due to the coronavirus pandemic

An alcohol license has been applied for and a new pizza oven has been installed in the kitchen.

With takeaway service starting this week, the owner can’t wait to reopen again after eight months of being closed.

The owner said: “The plan is to this week to start selling out the hatch, hopefully from Wednesday.

“We can’t wait to reopen in someway after being shut for eight months."

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The reopening was expected to be earlier but the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has made setting a date difficult.

He continued: “We were planning on opening earlier but it is difficult with the virus.

“After the lockdown, we can't wait to get people in and do the full array that we are geared up for.”