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Dr. Martens store in Norwich closed due to flood damage

PUBLISHED: 14:01 21 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:01 21 February 2018

The Dr. Martens store in Norwich is temporarily closed due to flood damage. Picture Jessica Long.

The Dr. Martens store in Norwich is temporarily closed due to flood damage. Picture Jessica Long.

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The Dr. Martens shop in Norwich is temporarily closed due to flooding.

A notice pinned to the door of the store, on Castle Street, said: “The store is currently closed due to flood damage, sorry for any inconvenience.”

On Wednesday workman could be seen inside the store and stock had been removed.

When the British footwear brand opened the shop in 2013 it was the largest in the UK and featured a juke box, classic Oxblood tone sofa and an in-store photobooth.

It is unclear when the store will reopen. Dr. Martens has been contacted for comment.


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