Argos in Riverside, Norwich, is set to close its doors next month.

The homeware retailer has shut more than 30 stores this year with plans to close 70 more by the end of 2024.

It is moving away from stand-alone stores and expanding concessions inside Sainsbury's branches.

An Argos spokesperson said: "To make shopping more convenient for customers and to enable us to invest where it matters most, we are relocating many of our standalone Argos stores to Sainsbury’s – this includes our Norwich Riverside Argos store.

"A brand new Argos store will open inside Sainsbury’s Queens Road next month, enabling customers to purchase thousands of technology, home and toy products from Argos while picking up their groceries.”

The Argos in Riverside will close next month and a new branch will open in Queens Road Sainsbury's.

Standalone stores remain in parts of Norfolk, including in Dereham, Fakenham, and Cromer.

Norwich's nearest branches are at the Sainsbury's in Pound Lane and Longwater Retail Park.