A bike hire and cycle repair shop has relocated to a bustling retail hub after seeing success during "tough times" for businesses.

Open Sky Cycles has moved into a new shop at Drove Orchards in Thornham, meaning the company has more space to expand its bikes for-hire range.

Other local businesses including Eric’s Fish and Chips and East Coast Gelato can be found in the shopping complex.

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Eastern Daily Press:

Richard Baker, director of Open Sky Cycles, said: "We have been blown away with the support that we have received in these tough trading conditions and I hope this continues in the future."

Open Sky Cycles has a range of gravel bikes for hire which are useful for multi-terrain routes and are popular with people cycling the ‘Rebellion Way’ - a 232-mile cycling route across Norfolk and Suffolk. 

Howard Cholerton, the store’s manager, added: “We look forward to welcoming both our loyal existing customers and hopefully lots of new customers to our fantastic premises."