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Marks & Spencer: the store closure story so far – full list

The Industry London
15 January 2019

Marks & Spencer has named the latest round of stores proposed for closure as part of its radical transformation plan. Today’s announcement of 17 closures comes in addition to 38 previously announced locations, of which 30 have already shut.

In total, the retailer plans to close more than 100 stores as part of its target to generate one third of sales online by 2022.

The 17 stores announced today were:

Ashford

Barrow

Bedford

Boston

Buxton

Cwmbran

Deal

Felixstowe

Huddersfield

Hull

Junction One Antrim Outlet

Luton Arndale

Newark

Northwich

Rotherham

Sutton Coldfield

Weston Super Mare

The 30 stores that have closed to date are:

Andover

Basildon

Birkenhead

Bournemouth

Bridlington

Clacton

Covent Garden

Crewe (relocation)

Darlington

Dover

Durham

Falkirk

Fareham

Fforestfach

Greenock (relocation)

Keighley

Kettering

New Mersey Speke Shopping Park

Newmarket

Newry (relocation)

Northampton

Portsmouth

Putney

Redditch

Slough

Stockport

Stockton

Walsall

Warrington

Wokingham

The 8 stores that have previously been announced as set to close are:

East Kilbride

Edgware Broadwalk

Falmouth

Holloway Road

Kirkcaldy

Llandudno (relocation)

St Helens (relocation)

Wigan (Foodhall opening at Robin Retail Park)

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