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Clare has asked AudlemOnline to publish the following sad statement

Sadly the effects of losing Adam in such a tragic way and the last 19 months have taken their toll on mine and my family's health.

Whilst we, with the support of our fabulous staff and customers have continued for as long as we can. I have had to recently take the very difficult decision to stop trading as Finefoodies Deli.

Our last day is Christmas Eve

We would be incredibly grateful for any support you can give us during this final trading time and closing down sale.

I am currently reviewing all of my options with regard to a sale / leasing / letting of the properties including the possibility of Auction.

I wanted to say a big 'Thank you' to all in Audlem who have supported us throughout this time. I hope everyone can understand that we have continued in great adversity for as long as possible.

Clare Lovatt

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