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Hopes for high half-term footfall flattened by Storm Eunice

According to retail experts Springboard, last week’s storms heavily impacted footfall across the UK, with a -3.8% decline from the week before and drops in all three destination types, leaving hopes for a high half-term footfall falling flat.     However, the distortion created by the weather meant that the result …

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2021 ends on a high as retailers experience rise in footfall on New Year’s Eve

According to retail experts Springboard, despite a footfall drop of -15% across all UK retail destinations last week versus the week before (the run-up to Christmas), things looked up for high streets on New Year’s Eve with a rise of +5.2% from the week before (Christmas Eve). This is a …

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UK sees “strongest sales growth of the pandemic” as May retail increases 10 per cent

Pent up demand for in-store shopping, coupled with the reopening of hospitality and enduring appreciation of the return of non-essential retailers, has helped the UK’s retail scene to the strongest sales growth of the pandemic. On a total sales basis, sales have increased 10 per cent in the four weeks …

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