A city vintage clothing store will close as its owner faces a personal health battle.

Jack Cooper announced to his nearly 3,000 Instagram followers that he would be closing Supply due to his diabetes which has seen him recently rushed into intensive care. 

Jack opened Supply on the market in September 2019 where he specialised in second-hand streetwear and high-end thrifted clothing.

Eastern Daily Press: Jack started Supply on the market in 2019Jack started Supply on the market in 2019 (Image: Kate Wolstenholme)

Supply's ongoing success allowed him to open a shop in the Lanes last spring, formerly Fine City Sounds record store. 

But the 23-year-old has been forced to step away from the business as his health condition worsens. 

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He said: "As some of you may know, I was rushed into hospital and put under intensive care recently due to my diabetes.

"This has extremely impacted my mental and physical health and it's with a heavy heart to say I will be closing Supply.

Eastern Daily Press: He took over the former Fine City Sounds premises last yearHe took over the former Fine City Sounds premises last year (Image: Kate Wolstenholme)

"I know the shop hasn't been open for very long but the time it has been couldn't have been better. 

"I really don't want to do this but I feel I must for my own health and wellbeing and I would love to thank everyone for all the support you have shown."

The store will be having a closing down sale where "nearly everything" will be 50pc off.