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Bath’s High Street is already afresh a accumulate of action afterwards shops accept closed, new ones are advancing soon, and others accept confused location.
Shoes and accouterment retailer, Size, has bankrupt bottomward on Stall Street afterwards bristles years.
The assurance on the boutique has been rubbed out but a apprehension saying, “Thank you for your adulation and abutment over the accomplished 5 years, Bath,” remains.
Boots Opticians on Upper Borough Walls has additionally bankrupt and ample bedding of amber cardboard accept abounding all the windows.
However, there is addition aperture on Newark Street.
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The appliance shop, Feather and Black, in Northumberland Abode has shut, and a Google chase of this Bath abundance says it is “permanently closed”.
The business is still active online, however.
The Toni and Guy abundance in New Bond Street has bankrupt bottomward but a apprehension on its shopfront states that it confused to Upper Borough Walls at the alpha of September.
A apprehension on the advanced of the bistro La Croissanterie, in Northumberland Place, states that it is bankrupt until added apprehension due to low chump demand.
Its added boutique La Baguette, on Stall Street, is open, though.
Sofa Workshop on Milsom Street is briefly shut as it is ability a refit.
A apprehension on its window reads: “Exciting news. Daybed Workshop is now beneath new buying and we are about to accept a abundance refit.
“The business will now become: Daybed Workshop by Timothy Oulton.
“Timothy Oulton is aflame to accompany to it a added ambit of our globally acknowledged daybed designs, forth with lighting and chiffonier collections.”
However, it is not all doom and anguish as clothing shop, Suave Owl, is aperture on Milsom Street soon.
The business is aggressive by hit TV alternation Peaky Blinders and is set to accessible on October 1.
Dozens of businesses in Bath accept bankrupt bottomward during the coronavirus pandemic.