A POPULAR Glasgow stationery store is set to move location later this month. 

Paperchase on Buchanan Street will vacate its huge flagship branch and move further down to smaller premises opposite the Apple Store.

We reported earlier this year that the firm was on the "brink of collapse" after sales were hammered due to closures at the end of 2020 and various lockdowns. 

READ MORE: Paperchase on brink of collapse into administration

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The chain was later rescued but revealed 37 of its stores would close. 

READ MORE: Around 1,000 jobs saved in Paperchase rescue deal – but 37 stores to close

Workmen were seen this morning fitting out the new shop with lots of colourful shelving and lighting.

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Employees at the current shop will move to the new premises or have been redeployed to other shops at the Fort and Silverburn.

A spokeswoman for Paperchase said: "We are just scooting on down to a fantastic new unit opposite the Apple store on Buchanan St and hope to be flinging open the doors at the end of July.

Glasgow Times:

"We are delighted to say no jobs have been lost in this move, a selection of the team will come to the new store and a few others will be making their way over to our established Silverburn store.

"The new store will be our latest concept in store design with lots of things to see in a true Paperchase way.

"We hope the new store will give a much needed boost to the high st in tough times and we would love to thank all of our loyal customers in Glasgow and those who shop from far and wide, and of course to our amazing team who are working their magic."