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Ipswich: Popular independent store, Memorable Cheeses, to close for the final time this weekend

PUBLISHED: 22:39 25 March 2014 | UPDATED: 22:39 25 March 2014

Memorable Cheeses

Memorable Cheeses

A popular independent shop in Ipswich is to shut its doors for the final time this week, it has been announced.

Bosses at Memorable Cheeses, in Dial Lane, declined to comment on the reasons behind the decision, which will see the shop close on Saturday.

But a message to the company’s followers on Twitter read: “Thanks to all customers over the years for their support.”

The store will close at 5pm on Saturday and a closing down sale, which sees products sell for up to 50% off, is currently running.

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