Canterbury store Third Eye to close after 27 years of trading

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A popular store that has been running for 27 years has announced it will be closing down.

Bosses from Third Eye in St Peter’s Street, Canterbury, have revealed that the city centre retailer will shut for good on January 31.

Bosses from Third Eye have announced the store will close at the end of the month

In a post on Facebook, they urged customers to come in one last time to snap up deals in its clearance sale.

“We would like to thank you all for your custom over the years and hope you agree we did well to keep the alternative scene alive in Canterbury for as long as we did,” they said.

“We now have a closing down sale on to clear all stock, so please come in one last time to say good bye and check out the deals.”

The high street stalwart sells music merchandise and records and offers body piercing and tattoos.

It will close a 12 days after Debenhams in Guildhall Street – which will lock its doors on Sunday, January 19.

The branch of the national chain has been a mainstay in the city for 47 years, but is set to be transformed into 12 shops and 70 flats.

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