Ferry deli will shut up shop

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - Front Page -

AN award-win­ning del­i­catessen will close one of its Dundee stores next month.

Gaze­ley’s cited cur­rent mar­ket con­di­tions as the rea­son be­hind the clo­sure of its store on Brook Street, Broughty Ferry.

The premises will close next month. The com­pany’s shop on Cas­tle Street, in the city cen­tre, will con­tinue trad­ing as nor­mal.

In a no­tice posted on­line and in store, the com­pany said: “Gaze­ley’s Del­i­catessen Lim­ited re­grets to an­nounce that this store will cease trad­ing with ef­fect from 4pm on Sat­ur­day Fe­bru­ary 2.

“We would like to take the op­por­tu­nity to thank our won­der­ful cus­tomers for loy­alty sup­port and in­spir­ing us over the years.”

The com­pany was started in 2013 when Mike Gaze­ley took over the for­mer Mcleish’s fish­mon­ger.

Last year the stores won Fish­mon­ger of the Year at the Scot­tish In­de­pen­dent Re­tail Awards.

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