A cafe on Chipping Norton's high street has closed for good.

Staff at The Tea Set, number 24 on High Street, announced on Wednesday that they will not be reopening.

The heartfelt Facebook post read: "It is with great, great sadness that we have closed The Tea Set.

"It has been a difficult, heart-wrenching and incredibly sad decision and we’d like to thank all of our lovely, loyal customers who have helped make our time here so pleasurable.

"We’d like to thank our amazing team, without whom there would have been no Tea Set.

"We wish the next fabulous business who is lucky enough to take over our premises, much luck and good wishes."

Over one hundred people took to the comments to thank the cafe team for their work, including several High Street neighbours.

Caroline King of Purple Haze, commented: "Very sad news, such a lovely tea shop.

"Will miss our hand-delivered bacon butties and the friendly staff!"

Julia Cook, owner of Tickityboo, added: "So gutted for you. We will miss you on the high street.

"Such a huge shame. Your high teas and delicious food with be missed and the wonderful vibes and buzz you brought to the high street.

"You were amazing during lockdown too, full respect for staying open and working through. You are a superwoman.

"We will miss you but wish you all the success and happiness going forward."

Anyone with vouchers remaining will still be able to claim them, with home delivery available.

The Tea Set will live on in some form, with an outside catering service still operating.