In a blow to residents of Harrow Town Centre, frozen foods supermarket Iceland has announced the closure of its Station Road branch, which has been serving the community for more than 30 years.
In recent weeks, the famous supermarket chain has begun shutting down stores across the UK, and unfortunately, the Harrow Town Centre location has not been spared. This news will come as a disappointment to many Harrow shoppers who have relied on Iceland for their frozen food needs over the years.
The lease is set to expire shortly and the store is set to close on May 6, we can confirm that the store will begin its closure shortly.
A spokesperson for Iceland told Harrow Online: “The Station Road, Harrow Store is scheduled to close on 6th May, ahead of its lease expiring. Across Iceland and The Food Warehouse we have a portfolio of over UK 1,000 stores and continually review the retail experience offered to our customers as local shopping patterns change and shop leases expire. Customers can find their closest Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores here”
Iceland has been a popular destination for shoppers in Harrow, offering a wide range of frozen foods at affordable prices. Despite this setback, Harrow residents can take heart in the fact that there are still many other options in the town centre with Lidl in St Anns, Morrisons on Pinner Road and the Tesco supermarket on Station Road – There are also several other independent supermarkets and local grocery stores in the area that offer a variety of fresh and frozen foods.
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