A supermarket cafe has closed for good after a review by a major retailer.

Staff at the M&S Foodhall in Hollingbury, Brighton were told they would no longer be working at the in-store cafe from November 12 following a "review" from Marks and Spencer bosses.

Dozens of complaints about the temperature were made after the announcement was shared on social media.

Shelley Chell said it was "not an inviting place at all, cold and uninviting."

Julie Atkins added: "That's a shame. I love the food but the cafe is just too cold always for the kids and grandparents so had to stop using it."

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Luke Head, however, said he will miss the cafe. He said: "I used to go here every week and loved it there. It's such a shame."

The staff at the shop in Carden Avenue have not lost their jobs and will be able to work in other roles at the store.

A Marks and Spencer spokesman said: "Following a review of our stores, we have informed colleagues at our store in Brighton Retail Park that the café will be closing on 12 November.

"Whilst we understand some people will be disappointed by this news, we can reassure customers that our Carden Avenue store will continue serving shoppers as normal and all colleagues will continue working in other roles in store.”