Silver Star Holidays to close Caernarfon travel shop but business as usual for trips
A holiday company is closing its long standing travel shop in Caernarfon but said it was business as usual for its trips.
Silver Star Holidays said the office on the Maes would shut at the end of the month but all staff would be retained.
Workers will be relocated to the offices of parent company Alpine Travel in Llandudno .
The firm said the company continued to operate as normal and were actually looking to recruit extra workers from the cost savings from the travel shop closure.
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