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Tell us about the closed shops that you’ll miss

Tell us about the closed shops that you’ll miss

4/19/2021 7:40:00 PM

Tell us about the closed shops that you’ll miss

Non-essential shops have re-opened in England and Wales, with some exceptions. What are the stores you’ll miss?

Photograph: Matthew Taylor/AlamyThorntons has closed all of its 61 stores.Photograph: Matthew Taylor/AlamyMon 19 Apr 2021 17.15 BSTLast modified on Mon 19 Apr 2021 17.17 BSTNon-essential shops in England and Wales have now re-opened, but not all stores have been able to weather the pandemic, and some will remain closed for good.

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Cath Kidston, Thorntons and Tophop, for example, have already announced they will not be returning to the UK high street, along with a great number of independent outlets.With this in mind, we want to hear about your favourite shops which have closed down permanently, and why you will miss them. Perhaps you were a regular visitor to your nearest farm shop before lockdown, and will miss picking up locally sourced produce? Or maybe you were a fan of the fashions on offer at a particular boutique, and were disappointed to find it had shut down permanently. Tell us about the places you have been sad to see close below.

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