Towns Argos store will reopen, company confirms
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Claims a towns Argos is closed for good have been quashed by the company’s head office.
The Argos store on Dereham’s High Street closed its doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March.
Since then, several stores have begun opening their doors, leaving customers thinking it had closed for good.
When asked about the closure, a spokesperson from Argos said it was temporary.
They said: “As we continue to learn how our customers want to shop with us we are progressing the phased reopening of Argos standalone stores while keeping safety our highest priority.
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“Customers can find their nearest open store by visiting the store locator page on our website. We will keep our customers and colleagues updated on our plans.”
A sign on the door of the store says: “This store is temporarily closed. You can shop with us at argos.co.uk”
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There is no set opening reopening date for Dereham Argos.