City-centre delicatessen Allgoods of Ely to close its doors
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A city-centre delicatessen is to close its doors after two years.
Allgoods of Ely, on Market Place, will close on Saturday September 17, with owner Tracy Allgood announcing its closure on the deli’s Facebook page.
The mother-of-two said: “I’m sorry to announce that Allgoods of Ely will be closing down on September 17.
“Unfortunately, I have struggled to find a work/life balance that means I can spend time with my family and I’ve finally decided to call it a day.
“We have received an offer on the premises and another family business will be taking over in due course.
“We will be holding a closing down sale starting today with 20 per cent off everything (except cheese, scotch eggs, brownies, alcohol and hot drinks).
“We will not be selling gift vouchers from now on but will honour any outstanding gift vouchers. We’ll also be closing on Sundays and Mondays in the interim.
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“I would like to thank everyone for making our time in the deli so enjoyable and thank you for all your support over the past couple of years.”
Allgoods stocks a variety of locally sourced foods such as cheese, hams, cured meats, jam and cakes.