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Here’s the full list of Iceland stores that are closing for good

The British supermarket chain is the latest to be hit by the economic downturn

Huw Oliver
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Huw Oliver

The high street isn’t having a great time of it right now. From Marks & Spencer to New Look and literally thousands of local banks, stores of all shapes and sizes are having to close their doors as shoppers flock online (and rein in spending during the cost-of-living crisis).

And the latest shopping heavyweight to be impacted? The British supermarket chain Iceland, which is set to close half a dozen branches around the country.

Some of the stores have already shut their doors for good, and others have only a few weeks left before they close down. Here’s everything we know.

Which Iceland stores are closing down and when?

Birmingham Road Retail Park, Bromsgrove (February 25)

Chineham Shopping Centre, Basingstoke (February 25)

White Rose Centre, Rhyl (March 14)

South Street, Newport, Isle of Wight (March 25)

St Catherine’s Place, Bedminster, Bristol (March 25)

Deiniol Centre, Bangor, Wales (March 27)

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