Everything that won’t be reopening at Meadowhall today as lockdown eases once again

The coronavirus crisis has affected every part of our lives – and several high street stores have ceased trading as a direct result of the pandemic.

Monday, 17th May 2021, 6:50 am
Thorntons announced they were closing all their shops in March 2021, putting 600 jobs at risk.

These are the 12 major retailers which won’t be reopening at Sheffield’s Meadowhall shopping centre as lockdown eases once again today.

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Topshop went into administration in late 2020.

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Laura Ashley filed for administration in March 2020.
Debenhams will reopen for 'four to six weeks' after lockdown until they have sold all their stock before permanently closing
Cath Kidston closed all 60 shops in April 2020 with the loss of 900 jobs.
Topman was a subsidiary of the Arcadia Group when it went into administration in late 2020.
TM Lewin went into administration in June 2020.
Wallis was a subsidiary of the Arcadia Group before its collapse in late 2020.
Warehouse entered adinistration in April 2020.
Burton's parent company, the Arcadia Group, went into administration in late 2020.
Shoe chain Aldo collapsed into administration in June 2020 with five stores permanently closed (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images).
Miss Selfridge was part of the Arcadia Group which went into administration in late 2020.
Dorothy Perkins went into administration along with the rest of the Arcadia Group in late 2020.