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Wanstead Starbucks is set to close – and soon!

PUBLISHED: 15:25 09 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:28 09 August 2018

Starbuck in Wanstead High Street set to close. Photo: Google

Starbuck in Wanstead High Street set to close. Photo: Google

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Wanstead’s frappucino aficiandos may be disappointed to find out the High Street branch of Starbucks is closing down.

No official reason has yet been given for the decision to close the branch in less than two weeks time.

A Starbucks spokeswoman said: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers in Wanstead for their loyalty over the years as we confirm that we will be closing our store on August 22, 2018.”

“For those customers looking to carry on enjoying their favourite Starbucks drink, the team at our stores at Westfield Shopping Centre, Stratford and Ilford High Street look forward to welcoming you.”

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