The popular coffee chain has more than 2,000 sites nationwide, and is following in the footsteps of fellow highstreet regulars Boots, Iceland, and Game by closing premises this autumn.
One of the two Costa branches in Malvern, Worcestershire will be shutting for good in November, taking the total number of closures this year to nine.
A spokesperson for Costa Coffee said: “The Costa Coffee store on Church Street in Malvern will close for trade on November 17, 2023.”
However, coffee lovers in Malvern will still be able to get their Costa fix as the store on Roman Way will remain open.
They added: “Customers can continue to enjoy their favourite Costa coffees in Malvern on Roman Way.”
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Costa Coffee autumn closures:
- Church Street, Oakham – September 15
- West Bridgford, near Nottingham – September 22
- Church Street, Malvern – closing November 17
Costa Coffee branches already closed this year:
- Coliseum retail park in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire – June 3
- Welch Way, Witney – June 5
- Wigan town centre – June 25
- Five Rise shopping centre, Bingley – July 9
- High Street, Worcester – July (relocated September 15)
- Lowestoft’s North Quay retail park – July 23 (refurbishment)
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It’s been a difficult year for high street shops, as frozen food specialists Iceland have closed 15 premises so far this year, with further plans to shut their Huddersfield location on October 28.
Boots, the high street healthy and beauty chain, has shut six of its stores for good so far this October – The Kings Square, York, and Warminster locations are set to close on October 28.
This comes after Boots announced earlier this year that 300 of its stores would be shut down over a 12-month period.
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