It's The End for London club

The club's directors Layo and Zoe Paskin explain that the decision to sell the club was not purely financial, with several key members of staff already planning to move on.

"It was about beginning again for us," Zoe Paskin explains. "We felt that we'd done what we could do here, and we wouldn't want to be in a position where we're just repeating ourselves. So the choice we were faced with was either how to develop The End, or how ...

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