Those hoping to chow down on Colonel Sanders’ Kentucky Fried Chicken in the city centre will have to travel further afield to get their fix from now on.
The KFC in Gloucester city centre, in Westgate Street, will be closing down ‘for good’.
Signage in front of the American fast-food restaurant has already been taken down, and staff have been relocated to other restaurants.
And those in Gloucester looking to grab a bucket of the famous chicken, covered with a top-secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, will have to visit one of the other two restaurants in the city.
The others are located in Eastbrook Road, near Metz Way, or Quedgeley, in Goodridge Avenue.
A KFC spokesperson said: “It’s been a great run, but all good things must come to an end, so we’re closing our doors for good at KFC Gloucester Westgate Street.
“We’ll miss our loyal fans but never say never to a restaurant opening nearby in the future.
“Our team members have been relocated to other restaurants and fans can still get their chicken fix not too far away on Eastbrook Road or Quedgeley.”
KFC has over 22,621 locations all over the world in 150 different countries.
The famous chain is owned by Yum!Brands, who also own Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.