GET ready to order your ‘Bender in a Bun’ and your classic quarterpounder because Wimpy is coming back to Berkshire.

Exciting plans for the sit-down fast-food restaurant to return to the county have been given the go-ahead after designs were laid bare last month.

The new burger joint will move in at Princess Square shopping mall in Bracknell town centre.

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This new restaurant follows in the footsteps of the Wimpy which used to stand in the town back in the 1980s.

It was one of hundreds of Wimpy locations across the UK during the chain's commercial peak.

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There was also a Wimpy restaurant in Calcot near Reading, where Ikea now stands.

But dozens of the restaurants closed and now there are only 68 in the UK.

The addition of the Bracknell Wimpy makes it the only one in Berkshire.

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The nearest Wimpys to the county are based in Basingstoke and Farnborough.

Wimpy is renowned for its burger choices and its menu includes beef and chicken burgers as well as a range of veggie options.

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The list also features 'fish plates' and breakfast options, as well as a kids menu.

The plans indicate the Bracknell eatery would be open from 9am to 8pm Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 5pm on Sundays.

Resident Rob Francis welcomed the plans.

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The proposal was approved by BFC last week.