Structural issues force shop to close

There is still no indication when a Bridlington supermarket will re-open.

Wednesday, 11th April 2018, 1:37 pm
Updated Wednesday, 11th April 2018, 1:41 pm
The Co-op in St John Street

The Co-op store in St John Street closed suddenly at the end of March, remained shut over the Easter weekend and has not reopened since.

A notice on the shutters says: “Due to structural problems with the roof, unfortunately this store is closed until further notice.”

The company has not elaborated on the nature of the problems, and was unable to give an estimated date of when it is likely to open again.

The cash machine at the front of the store is also out of action

A Co-op spokesperson said: “The safety and security of our colleagues and customers is of paramount importance and we have had to temporarily close our store on St John Street in Bridlington due to a structural issue with the building whilst investigations take place.

“We apologise to customers for any inconvenience.

“ Our sister store at Martongate is situated just a mile-and-a-half away.”

They added that they open the St John Street branch would open ‘as soon as possible’ but it was unknown how long any repair work would take, and they would update customers with information when appropriate.

The sign on the shutters
The cash machine at the front of the store is also out of action
The sign on the shutters