People in Ipswich will be able to get last-minute Christmas goods and gifts right up until the big day at a pop-up shop in the town centre. 

Christmas Supermarket opened in Westgate Street in October ahead of the festivities beginning. 

It has been confirmed the store will remain open until Christmas Eve, meaning you can get last minute decorations right up until December 25. 

Ipswich Star: The pop-up shop sells a wide range of goodsThe pop-up shop sells a wide range of goods (Image: Charlotte Bond)

Ipswich Star: You will be able to get last minute wrapping paper and goodsYou will be able to get last minute wrapping paper and goods (Image: Charlotte Bond)

The store stocks a wide range of goods, including soft toys, wreaths, baubles and decorations. 

The premises was formerly the Tessuti designer store that was owned by JD Sports but sold to Frasers Group, which owns Sports Direct and House of Fraser, in December before it closed down earlier this year.

Speaking ahead of the opening earlier this year, director Lee Fuller said: "We are excited to be opening our new pop-up store in Ipswich.

"Ipswich is a friendly, bustling town, boasting an eclectic mix of boutiques, and we feel Christmas Supermarket will fit in well.

"Ideally located right in the heart of Ipswich, near M&S and Primark, with many shoppers passing by, we plan to fill this lovely listed building with Christmas cheer for all the shoppers in Ipswich."