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Bigger Primark to launch tomorrow in Ipswich town centre after expansion into former Gap store

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 August 2016

The newly-expanded Primark in Ipswich high street.

The newly-expanded Primark in Ipswich high street.

Sarah Lucy brown

The newly-extended Primark store in Ipswich town centre will officially open tomorrow.

Work to expand the shop into the former Gap unit next door started in April and has seen Primark double in size.

A Primark spokeswoman said: “We look forward to offering our customers in the area an improved and enjoyable shopping experience alongside amazing fashion at amazing prices.”

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