The owners of a popular cafe have this week announced their plans for retirement after more than three decades of work in Glasgow's West End.

Posting a notice of closure in the window of their Gardner Street business in the city's Partick, The Tea Garden team thanked their loyal customers and friends' for their support over the last 32 years.

A member of the local community later posted the news on social media, prompting an outpouring of messages from those who had visited over the years and were eager to share fond memories.

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The Herald:

In response, The Tea Garden uploaded a photo of owners Albert and Linda at work in the cafe with a caption that read: "Albert and Linda would like to thank everyone for their custom, laughs and friendship over the last 32 years.

"They will miss the people of Partick and are looking forward to a happy retirement."

The post has since amassed close to three hundred likes and well-wishes from regulars.

One said: "Happy retirement Linda and Albert.

"That certainly is the end of an era.

"Good luck and all the best."

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Another added: "Wishing you both all the best and many years of retirement.

"Thank you for all the breakfasts and lunches over the last 20-plus years.

"You will be missed."

The Tea Garden is located at 9 Gardner Street in Glasgow.

Find their social media here.