Housewares retailer Mulberry Hall is ‘likely to close’ after trading for nearly 60 years in North Yorkshire.

Mulberry Hall ‘likely to close’ shortly

Housewares retailer Mulberry Hall is ‘likely to close’ after trading for nearly 60 years in North Yorkshire.

Founded and owned by the Sinclair family, Mulberry Hall comprises 17 tabletop showrooms housed in a listed building dating from 1434 at Stonegate in the centre of York. The Dining Warehouse, founded in 1998, is a separately branded extension. It contains cookware, porcelain, glassware, coffee machines and giftware.

In a statement on its website, managing director Adam Sinclair said: “Following lengthy consideration and with great sadness, Mulberry Hall is likely to close in the near future. We wholeheartedly thank our wonderful staff and customers, who have supported this business for nearly 60 years.

He added that a closing day sale has started for all existing stocks “at huge bargain prices”.

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