A popular Glasgow cafe has closed 'until further notice'.

Patricia's Coffee Bar, based on Victoria Road, has been forced to close to customers for the foreseeable to due bad flooding of the building.

The team had to close earlier this week due to frozen pipes, and they were closed on Saturday due to flooding.

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Today, staff have made the decision to remain closed due to the damage caused.

They added that they would try to reopen as soon as they can. 

Patricia’s is owned and run by Darryl Docherty, Stephanie Docherty, David Docherty, and Jade Corbally in honour of their mum, Patricia, who took her life in 2015.

We previously reported that the siblings have been running a mental health ‘chat cafe’ for the last two years as an informal way to help people in the community.

Stephanie told the Glasgow Times: “We give a really warm welcome when people come for the first time, so I would really like for people not to be afraid to take that plunge.

“Just walk through the door. You never know, we might be able to help you.”