It's been serving customers in the South for well over 100 years - but one of the region's oldest department stores is being forced to close its doors for good.
Jackson's in Reading opened in 1875 - and still offers a special level of customer care. But falling sales and a leaky roof mean it's going to have to shut. Andrew Pate has been to have a look.
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