A cocktail bar has announced it will be closing after seven years in Bury town centre.  

It is the end of an era for Propaganda on Silver Street, which will be marked with one last "propa party” this weekend.  

The cocktail bar has thanked its customers and staff after announcing its closure over social media.  

A spokesperson said: “It is with great sadness we inform you that we will be opening the doors to Propaganda for the final time this weekend.  

“Thank you to all of our customers, past and present, for the last 7 years, it’s been an absolute blast. 

“We hope Propaganda lives on in your memories, we know it will in ours.”  

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The bar will be open for the final time from 7pm this Friday and Saturday for drinks only.  

A bar spokesperson added: “Wave goodbye to dry Jan, get your dancing shoes on and let’s make it a weekend to remember. 

“Let’s drink this bar dry.” 

Facebook users have commented on the announcement,

One said: "So sad to see yet another one close its doors … so many businesses closing nothing left soon between Covid and rising costs it’s sending the country under."

Another added: "Oh No! I’ve been coming to you since you very first opened.

"Very fond memories and wishing you all the best of luck for the future!"

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