Beachbody is one of many shops in the seaside town of Chorley, in the northwest of England.
Located in the middle of the town, the shop specializes in luxury beachwear, shoes and shoes, accessories and much more.
It opened its doors in 2005 and is now a popular tourist attraction.
However, the local council recently closed the shop and moved it to a new location.
The council said it was “not in a position to justify” the move, according to local media.
The shop is owned by a local businessman who runs a clothing brand called Bebex.
Local people have complained about the closure of the shop, saying the shop was selling fake beachwear and shoes to tourists, the Mirror reported.
Bebax and Bebx are the official names for a British clothing brand.
The shops are owned by local businessmen, and a local councillor said that the shop had been selling fake goods for a number of years.
The closure of beachbody is the latest in a string of closures and closures of shops in England and Wales.
In October, the city of London said it would close all of its shops.
In February, a local politician from the city’s Labour Party told the Evening Standard that it would be closing beaches for “a year” because of the high costs of maintaining them.
In January, the council of London announced it was closing two beaches and five sand dunes.
The beachhead of a nearby island in the Thames estuary has also been closed since 2015.