HONEYSTREET café in Pewsey has announced it will close its doors for the final time at the end of the season after the owners of the building decided to shut it down.

The popular cafe opened in 2011 and had a reputation for serving tasty home cooked meals and sweet treats baked on site.

Joe Bunce and partner Sophie Harper, who run the cafe together, told regulars that the cafe would close at the end of the Autumn season.

The closure has come about after the owners of Honeystreet Warf, who happen to be Mr Bunce's mum and her partner, decided to close the shop.

Mr Bunce, who lives in Marlborough, said: “It’s not what we wanted.

“Family businesses are notoriously difficult, but lots of doors have opened for us since we shared the news. We will still be in the same area doing something new.

"I am passionate about cooking and Sophie loves to bake."

Mr Bunce first opened the cafe six years ago and transformed the businesses from making just £10 a day to the thriving cafe that it has become.

Honeystreet Warf owner Nikki Weir wished the couple well for the future and said: They have done a fantastic job.

"I couldn’t be any prouder and I think it’s time for them to spread their wings and go on to something bigger and better."

The café is set to stay open until the end of November.