New front of house manager at Tickety-Boo

PUBLISHED: 17:30 18 January 2018

Cheryl Mabin is the new front of house manager at Tickety-Boo

Cheryl Mabin is the new front of house manager at Tickety-Boo


A popular member of staff is taking over as front of house manager at Tickety-Boo.

Cheryl Mabin has been with the coffee shop for 16 months and will take over the role from Zoe Blackmore.

Cheryl said: “I’m not one for an office job, and I have loved working at Tickety-Boo since the day I started.

“It’s always busy and our customers are really friendly.”

She added she enjoyed being around the children who enjoy the shop’s play kingdoms, which include a castle, treehouse and pirate shop.

Tickety-Boo owner, Stuart Phillips said: “I’m delighted that Cheryl was happy to take over the manager’s role as she is already familiar with the team and our work ethos. All the customers know Cheryl and she’s well-liked, always with a smile on her face.”

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