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Liquid and Envy to move to former Hustle site in Station Approach, Ashford and be renamed as Cameo

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Ashford’s popular late night hotspot Liquid and Envy will close its doors for the last time this weekend.

The venue, which is owned by the UK’s biggest nightclub management company, The Luminar Group, will move from its current haunt in East Hill, to the former Hustle site, in The Old Warehouse, Station Approach.

Liquid and Envy nightclub
Liquid and Envy nightclub

But the nightclub will not re-open until Friday, December 5, leaving the town without a club for more than two months.

Once re-opened, the venue will take on the new name Cameo, following in the footsteps of other Luminar clubs in Eastbourne and Bournemouth.

Luminar spokesman Eric May said: “This Saturday - September 27 - is the last day. We will start work on the new site in early October and plan to launch Cameo on December 5.”

It is understood the reason for the move is because The Ashford School, which owns The Flourmills site, no longer want their building to be used as a nightclub.

Mr May added: “Basically the landlord of Liquid is the public school. They don’t want a nightclub on their portfolio. This is fine with us. We’ll just move into the former Hustle site.”

Ashford's former Hustle nightclub is being renovated
Ashford's former Hustle nightclub is being renovated

Liquid and Envy will close after a Dusk to Dawn party this Saturday night, where DJ JAXXON is set to play.

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