Debenhams in Norwich forced to close due to flooding
PUBLISHED: 13:43 30 September 2019 | UPDATED: 17:20 30 September 2019
One of Norwich city centre’s biggest shops has remained closed today due to flooding.
Debenhams in Orford Place was hit by the heavy rain over the weekend which has affected electrics in the store.
It is understood the third floor was the worst affected area and water was going through the ceiling.
A member of staff said the Warehouse concession shop in the main store had been badly hit with stock ruined.
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Various signs have been put up during the morning with updates.
At one stage a sign said the shop was set to reopen at 12pm but it was updated without a specific time.
"It said: "Due to a flood we are unable to trade at this present time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused."
Building maintenance were outside the shop as work continued following the flood.
A Debenhams spokesman said: "Unfortunately we are temporarily closed due to the store being flooded.
"We will be up and running as soon as possible but as yet we do not have a date/time when that will be."
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