Beloved supermarket Iceland is making some imminent changes that will affect many customers.
Iceland has announced several closures over the course of the summer and there are two more sites to close their doors this summer.
Iceland in Llanelli, Wales will close its doors next week, on September 2.
The Iceland store at Grange Road, Birkenhead is due to close on September 16. The Iceland at Market Shopping Centre, Crewe is set to shut its doors on the same day.
This summer has seen several closures across the UK. Iceland at St David’s Place, Swansea shut its doors on July 29.
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The Cowden High Street, Fife site closed weeks later on August 12.
October 2023 is also set to see some closures. The Windhill Road, Wakefield site will reportedly shut its doors on October 6, with Upper Warrengate, Wakefield on October 7.
The Glastonbury site will close on October 13 and Guildford Road, Woking at the end of October.
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Iceland stores closing in September
Llanelli, Wales – closing on September 2
Grange Road, Birkenhead – closing on September 16
Market Shopping Centre, Crewe – closing on September 16
Managing Director of Iceland Foods Richard Walker previously said: “Across Iceland and The Food Warehouse we have a portfolio of over 1,000 UK stores, and our retail estate has grown by nearly 200 stores over the last 10 years.
“We typically open more than 20 new stores each year, creating many new jobs and contributing to the growth of local economies.
“At the same time, we continually review the retail experience offered to our customers and have always made a small number of store closures every year, as local shopping patterns change and shop leases expire.
“The business is currently trading very strongly, achieving record market shares. Customers can find their closest Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores www.iceland.co.uk/store-finder.”
Express.co.uk has contacted Iceland for comment regarding these closures.
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