LETTERS: ‘How can I tell my great-granddaughter about Palmers closing?’

Signs in Palmers shop windows saying it was closing down have been changed to address confusion. Pic

Signs in Palmers shop windows saying it was closing down have been changed to address confusion. Picture: Liz Coates - Credit: Archant

If Palmers closes I don't know what I'm going to tell my great-granddaughter Sophia.

Ever since she was able to talk it was always 'Where are we going?' and "Up Palmers" was always her answer.

At nearly four-years-old now it's still the same answer: "Up Palmers."

She loves it as we always meet friends there.

It is such a shame for a lovely shop.


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I am in my 90s now and have seen lots of changes in my time and have used the restaurant ever since it opened.

My daughter and friends frequent it often.

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I do hope it will be saved as I can't bear the thought of looking at empty windows while I'm eating my lovely chips on the market.

Phyllis Johnson

Caister

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