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Game store set to close in Norfolk town

PUBLISHED: 14:19 25 September 2019 | UPDATED: 16:31 25 September 2019

The Game shop in King's Lynn which is closing  Picture: Chris Bishop

The Game shop in King's Lynn which is closing Picture: Chris Bishop

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A popular gaming store is closing down this week.

A popular gaming store is closing down this week.

Staff at Game, on King's Lynn High Street, are clearing the shelves of games and gadgets.

The shop is due to close on Saturday. Game, which has 300 stores nationwide, has not yet said why. A To Let sign has already been put up on the building.

Customers who have advance orders have been told they can collect them from the chain's branch in Norwich.

A statement posted by Game on social media, read: "We are sad to say we will be closing our doors for the final time at 5pm this Saturday (28/09).

We would like to thank all of you for shopping with us over the years. ❤

"We are looking to re-open within King's Lynn soon so please watch this space whilst we reboot."

Game's head office has been approached for a comment.


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