Empty shelves at Prospect Street store as it suddenly closes

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 12 Feb 2018

Farmfoods has unexpectedly closed its store in Hull city centre.

The Prospect Street supermarket, close to the Spring Bank and Beverley Road crossroads was found to be shut on Sunday afternoon, with the store's shelves visibly empty.

A sign on the door on Sunday confirmed that the shop was no longer open and pointed customers to Farmfoods' three other Hull branches in Holderness Road, Greenwood Avenue and at North Point in Bransholme.

The shop was popular with some city centre workers for its large range of cheap snacks and its stocking of convenience items such as milk.


Customers are pointed to Hull's remaining three Farmfoods stores.

Farmfoods' website suggested the store was due to be open between 10am and 4pm on Sunday, but would then close.

The reasons for the closure are not known.



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