The owners of a popular café just outside Whitchurch have said there will be no change for customers despite their building being up for auction.

MA bakers on the A41 near Prees Heath has long been a favourite for passing bikers and the owners of the business have now reassured customers that they are there to stay despite the building recently being listed for auction.

In a statement online they said: “Urgent message MA bakers café is not for sale.

“It is the landlord selling the building with businesses trading the picture shown is everything that Dave has done himself to complement the building we are trading as usual.”

The building which is up for auction with the Landwood Group is described as “commercial investment”.


They add: “The property comprises a building that is currently being used by two businesses, with a cafe in the first two bays and at the rear is an antique centre with four attic rooms above. The property is currently let at £1,100 per month.

“Adjacent to the building is a yard/parking area and opposite is a large public car park and the premises benefit from a synergistic location close to a number of similar occupiers all attracting trade from HGVs and other traffic.”

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The property benefits from being situated adjacent to the A41 and very close to it's junction with the A49.

Both are busy main roads, with the A49 linking to Shrewsbury and the A41 ultimately to the M54 motorway.

The building it is “to be offered by online auction” on March 20 at 10:30am with a guide price of £100,000.