Plans to close some of the Marks and Spencer chain of stores across the British Isles will not affect the franchised shops in Guernsey.
A spokesperson confirmed that as the three foodhalls and the high street clothing and homeware store are run by the Creaseys Group of companies, that the decision to close some shops will not have an impact here.
Last week, Marks & Spencer announced that it is planning to close one in every four (25%) of its bigger stores selling clothing and homeware, replacing them with more than 100 new Simply Food smaller outlets.
The retailer said it would cut the number of full line stores by 67 before 2028 to take the total to 180 from the current 247.
Pictured top: M&S on Guernsey's High Street/Town Quay.
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