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From Ayr to York: Carpetright’s planned initial store closures

Of the three categories of stores Carpetright is considering closing over the next three years, 92 are earmarked to close from 23 September onwards. 11 of the branches are already non-trading.

These are the branches:

Ayr, Ballymena, Bangor, Barnsley, Beckton, Belfast (Newtownabbey), Bicester, Birmingham Stechford, Blackwood, Bodmin, Borehamwood, Burgess Hill, Burnley, Bury, Caerphilly, Catford, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, Dudley, East Grinstead, Edinburgh (Leith), Exeter, Exmouth, Falkirk, Folkestone, Fraserburgh, Glasgow (Great Western Road), Glasgow (Parkhead Forge), Gloucester, Great Yarmouth, Greenock, Guildford, Hamilton (Carpetright), Hamilton (Sleepright), Harrogate, Hayes, Hitchin, Honiton, Huddersfield, Inverness (Merkinch), Kidderminster, Kings Lynn, Launceston, Leeds (Birstall), Leeds (Hunslet), Lewes, Lichfield, Lincoln, Livingston, Llanelli, Luton, Maidenhead, Neath, Oldham, Putney, Reading (Oxford Road), Redhill, Renfrew, Scarborough, Scunthorpe, Sheffield (Meadowhall), South Shields, St Austell, St Helens, Stafford, Stanmore, Stratford-upon-Avon, Streatham Common, Strood, Sunderland (Castletown), Telford, Thanet, Thornton Heath (Carpetright) Thornton Heath (Sleepright), Tiverton, Wakefield (Cathedral), Wakefield (Westgate Storeys), Walsall, Warminster, Wigan (Robin Park), Wishaw and York (Foss Island).