The closure of a market town charity shop has been announced despite "being able to help lots of local people".

Cherished, in North Walsham, will close its doors for the final time on March 21.

The Market Street shop, which raises money for dementia care, opened four years ago and has made a big impact on those in need in the community during its time in operation.

A spokeswoman for the store said: "After four years we have had a great time and response from local people.

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"All of our volunteers have been wonderful.

"We have been able to help lots of local people - all thanks to the good donations that we have received.

"Thank you to all of our customers.

"Please do come in for our last bargains."

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The news was met with sadness on social media.

One commenter wrote: "Well done to all that have worked tirelessly to make the shop work - the money you have raised has gone to worthy causes. Well done all."

Another added: "You have changed, helped and improved a lot of lives.

"Enjoy your retirement - thank you for everything you have done."

The shop's owner has confirmed the premises will be returned to the rental market.