Several high street stores are closing their doors in various locations meaning jobs across the country have been axed. M&S, Paperchase and Argos will be making changes among other major retailers.
Paperchase recently made a statement regarding its online and in-person shopping experience.
Paperchase’s official website reads: “Paperchase.com is closed. It is with a heavy heart that we inform you that the Paperchase.com online store has now ceased trading.”
The stationary store will also cease trading in its physical stores on Monday.
“All stores will be closed soon, our last day of trade is April 3.”
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The M&S store in East Kilbride Shopping Centre has already been shut down.
However, more closures are still to come in the coming months.
Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough – set to close April 15
Carlton Street, Castleford – set to close end of April
Meadowbank retail park, Edinburgh – set to close in spring
Newport Road, Cardiff – set to close in spring
Eagles Meadow, Wrexham – set to close in autumn
Deansgate, Bolton – closing date to be confirmed
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M&S, Paperchase and Argos aren’t the only popular high street stores which have taken a hit.
Beloved health and beauty retailer Boots closed three stores back in March.
These were Salford Shopping Centre, Greater Manchester, Church Street, Malvern and The Port Arcades Shopping Centre, Ellesmere.
From March 11, B&Q closed eight stores, Sheffield Drakehouse, Dagenham, Roehampton, Edmonton, Thurmaston, Great Bridge, Lancaster and Hartlepool.
Supermarket Iceland also saw closures in White Rose Centre, Rhyl, Birmingham Road Retail Park, Bromsgrove, Chineham Shopping Centre, Basingstoke, South Street, Newport and Isle of Wight.