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Norwich businesses Slice and Dice and Barcadia part ways

Earlier this year, Samantha Whitehouse, the owner of Slice and Dice in St Benedicts Street, launched a new venture in the form of the retro game bar Barcadia in Prince of Wales Road, in collaboration with Pete Leigh. However, a recent statement posted on Slice and Dice’s social media announced that the two businesses have fully separated from each other. Despite the change, both businesses will continue to operate independently.

The statement expressed a sense of sadness regarding the separation, but also conveyed a sense of optimism for the future of Slice and Dice. It mentioned that the focus would now be solely on the future of Slice and Dice, with many exciting plans in store. Additionally, it was mentioned that some of the staff from Barcadia will be joining the team at Slice and Dice, signaling a smooth transition and the potential for a positive working environment. The statement also expressed gratitude towards the customers who have supported the business and extended an invitation to visit Slice and Dice soon.

The announcement regarding the separation of Slice and Dice from Barcadia comes after the recent launch of Barcadia earlier this year. Despite the split, both establishments are expected to continue operation. The decision has prompted a shift in focus towards the future of Slice and Dice, with plans for exciting developments in the pipeline. The statement also signaled a smooth transition with the inclusion of staff from Barcadia joining the team at Slice and Dice, and expressed gratitude towards the customers for their ongoing support.

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