By Dan Bean in The Press.
SHOPPERS in York are set to lose another high street favourite, with the closure of HMV.
The Coney Street store was at risk just weeks ago, after HMV went into administration, but 1,500 jobs around the country were saved when Canadian retailer Sunrise Records bought 100 stores around the UK.
Although the York shop was thought to be safe, staff were told on Monday, March 18, that the store would close by the end of the month.
Signs appeared on Tuesday which announced the store was to close, and ‘everything must go’, while The Press understands workers in York expect their final shifts to be the weekend of March 30/31.
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