Store closes after 14 years trading

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 August 2012

Julian Graves in the Sovereign Shopping Centre has closed

Julian Graves in the Sovereign Shopping Centre has closed


A WESTON store has shut up shop for the last time after its parent company went into administration.

Health food retailer Julian Graves in the Sovereign Shopping Centre closed on August 1 after 14 years of trading.

The Mercury revealed last month that parent company Julian Graves Ltd had been placed into administration under Deloitte.

A notice pinned to the storefront said: “It is now with deep regret that I must inform you we will be closing our doors.

“We would like to thank you all for your support and custom over the past 14 years.”

The store is one of a number of shops in the town centre which have closed this year including Game and Clark’s Shoes in the High Street.

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