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The owners of Horizons Bookshop have confirmed the store is to shut - and thanked loyal customers for their support over the last 13 years of trade in the High Street.

Fiona and Ian Fletcher had warned at the start of March that tough market conditions had left closure a real possibility.

They confirmed the move in an email sent to

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