Greggs honours ‘tuna crunch lover’ Lewis Capaldi with blue plaque
The singer got behind the counter at one of the bakery chain’s outlets earlier this year.
Lewis Capaldi has been honoured by Greggs with his very own blue plaque.
The Scottish singer was recognised by the bakery chain after helping out at its Marton-in-Cleveland branch while visiting the North East for the BBC Big Weekend in May.
A “Greggs heritage” blue plaque has now been unveiled by staff at the branch to mark the occasion.
It reads: “The singer-songwriter and Tuna Crunch lover Lewis Capaldi gave a one-off performance of I Love Greggs here on 25 May 2019.”
“We loved having him in our shop, he was a great guy and surprisingly learned the ropes pretty quickly.”
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