A prominent city centre bar has announced it will be closing in a week after a troubled few years. 

All Bar One, located in Tombland, Norwich, revealed to its nearly 1000 followers on Instagram that it would close its doors on January 22. 

A post read: "All good things must come to an end. Thank you for all your support over the years."

The future of the city drinking hole has been uncertain since 2020 when owners Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) announced a slew of venue closures in the region. 

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As many as 20 All Bar One and Toby's Carvery locations were to be closed as M&B faced financial losses due to the Covid pandemic. 

Despite lockdown restrictions lifting around early 2021, the pub and bar group faced "significant difficulties" and took the decision not to reopen some sites.

Elsewhere in the service sector, rival firms including Greene King, Young’s, Fuller’s and City Pub Group also made cuts to their venues to cope with drastically reduced trade.

M&B has been approached for comment.