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Belfast shopping street to re-open following Primark fire

The Primark store in Belfast city centre suffered devastating damage in a fire in August. Picture by Press Association

A main shopping street in Belfast city centre which has been closed since the Primark fire will re-open to pedestrians tomorrow.

The cordon from the corner of Donegall Place to the corner of Fountain Street will be removed.

The street had been closed to pedestrians since a fire destroyed the historic Bank Buildings - home to a huge Primark store - in August.

The area around the Bank Buildings has been closed to traffic since the fire.

A spokeswoman for Belfast City Council said Abacus Beads will also reopen in its original Castle Street shop.

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Primark has revealed a second shop in Belfast city centre will open at Fountain House in Donegall Street on April 16. Picture by Pacemaker

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