StanMan's Kitchen on the market 'for the right buyer'
ONE of Gloucester's most successful independent businesses is on the market.
Husband and wife Neil and Nicky Wildin, owners of StanMan's Kitchen, are searching for their next challenge and will be leaving their much-loved cafe, deli and shop in Westgate Street.
But the message is clear – it is not closing and only the right buyer will be chosen.
"It's still our primary focus, but it was always in our business plan to move on," said Neil. "You don't work seven days a week for four years to throw it away.
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"So if someone comes in with the money and says 'I want to turn it into a burger joint', it's not happening.
"We are incredibly proud of what we've achieved. We had no idea it would become as iconic as it has and it's a fantastic opportunity for someone to walk into a business that's ready to go."
The couple, who have four children, have not decided where their next adventure will lead.
Neil said they had attracted plenty of interest in the business and they hope it will remain much the same in new hands.