Update On Our Situation Part 2: Closure, Thanks and Merriment

Since having announced our impending closure a little over four weeks ago we have been completely taken aback, not only by the extraordinary response locally, but also from the avalanche of emails and texts we have received from customers and friends past and present.
As I have mentioned before we have so enjoyed sharing our passion for film with all of you and it is genuinely heart-warming to realise it has been such a pleasure for so many of you too.
A number of people came forward with extremely generous offers of support and put a huge amount of effort into publicising our plight. I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank those individuals (particularly Amanda!) for their incredible generosity and for giving up so much time on our behalf. Unfortunately, after much consideration I feel that even with the offers of assistance we would only be giving ourselves a temporary stay of execution and as a result, we will still be closing our doors on June 24th.
From June 1st there will be a multitude of sale bargains on offer and I would like to encourage all of you to come and support us in our final weeks.
On an up note, we intend to close early on Wednesday 3rd June as we will all be in the Uxbridge Arms (directly behind us) from 8pm, enjoying a shandy/Jagerbomb. We would love as many of you as possible to come and join us for a celebration of the thirty years we have shared with you in this amazing neighbourhood!
Once again thank you for all your incredible support, love and friendship.
Simon Brzeskwinski
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