A community has been left saddened after a "much enjoyed" coffee shop closed.

Tom Foolery café, in High Street, Shoreham, closed its doors after a decade of trading.

Since the news was announced, residents across town have taken to social media to thank the café.

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One customer, Daniel Whittaker, said: "You’ll be missed. Thank you for everything"

Allison Newby also thanked the café for their service.

She said: "Thank you so much for providing such a welcoming and much-enjoyed café. Best wishes for whatever you do and wherever you go next."

Dawn Pickett Skeates also said she was going to miss the café.

She said: "We're sure going to miss you. Thanks for being so warm and welcoming.

"You really are very much loved and appreciated and we wish you well on your next adventure.

"So sad to see you go but 10 years is something to be proud of."

One resident, Frank Sims, said the café was "the best coffee shop" he knew.

No explanation was given for the closure however the café owners said running the business has been an "amazing journey".

It closed on March 31.