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Stamford’s branch of the Subway sandwich chain has opened its doors to customers 10 months after it closed.

The take-away shut suddenly in April last year, with a note appearing in its window explaining that there was an issue with equipment and that Subway would be closed ‘until further notice’.

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The chain had then suggested that it would reopen the branch in summer last year, and more recently it said it would open on February 6.

Today (Wednesday, February 12) is the first day of trading for the franchise, which will be open until 4.30pm today, and between 11am and 4.30pm tomorrow (Thursday).

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On Friday, the branch will be celebrating the reopening with a free six-inch filled sub roll for customers between 10.30am and 3.30pm.

Usual opening hours will be 9am until 6pm weekdays, 8am to 6pm Saturdays, and 9am to 5pm Sundays.

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By Suzanne Moon

Source: Stamford Mercury

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