A doughnut store in Reading could win the right to sell alcohol for delivery.

Previously, the treats company Doughnut Time was available for delivery only, but later opened a store at The Oracle Riverside in September last year.

The store is located on the ground floor of the Riverside car park next to the lifts and stairs to upper levels, close to Bridge Street.

Now, Doughnut Time has applied to sell alcohol from its delivery warehouse at Units 54-58 of the Robert Cort Industrial Estate in Katesgrove.

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A spokesperson for Doughnut Time explained: "We will be adding a range of beers, wines and spirits to our online gifting site in the coming weeks."

More information will be shared once the licence is in place.

The company is currently unable to sell alcohol either from its store or via Deliveroo.

However, the Doughnut Time website does state that it provides events, corporate events and a wedding catering service.

It also states it caters for a range of other events such as birthdays, celebrations, graduations and Jewish coming of age parties.

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Doughnut Time has applied to sell alcohol off premises from 12pm to 11.59pm each day.

The licensing application has been submitted to Reading Borough Council.

Anyone who wants to make representations can do so by emailing licensing@reading.gov.uk .

The deadline for representations is Tuesday, July 19.