Full list of shops that won't reopen in Sheffield city centre as John Lewis announces closure

The coronavirus crisis has decimated the retail industry, with hundreds of shops closing in Sheffield and across the region.

Wednesday, 24th March 2021, 2:45 pm
Picture: Chris Etchells

Our city centre will certainty look a very different place whenever the Covid-19 lockdown finally ends. Here is the full list of shops that won’t be reopening when it is all over.

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John Lewis announced the closure of its Sheffield store this week.

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Cow, the vintage clothing store on West Street, announced it was closing in February.
Pret A Manger closed its Fargate branch in July 2020 with the loss of 15 jobs.
Next on Fargate will not reopen after lockdown.
New Look on Fargate has now closed.
Foot Locker on Fargate has now permanently closed.
Jeweller H Samuels on Fargate has now shut down.
The Carphone Warehouse shop on Fargate is now closed.
Office on Fargate will not be reopening.
The Pandora store on Fargate is no more.
Topman on Fargate closed at the same time as Topshop.
Thortons announced all its stores would close earlier this month, including the one on Fargate.
Debenhams on The Moor in Sheffield will not be reopening in April.