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Laura Ashley re-opens in Inverness for ‘everything must go’ closing down sale


By Andrew Dixon

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Laura Ashley in Falcon Square.
Laura Ashley in Falcon Square.

Laura Ashley has confirmed that its Inverness store in Falcon Square will re-open today to start its closing down sale.

The firm promises "dramatic reductions on fashion" with at least 50 per off clothing and furniture.

A spokeswoman said: "Everything has been reduced and has to go, including stock being cleared from the warehouse. Customers are encouraged to take advantage of these fantastic discounts while stocks last.

"The stores adhere to a strict policy of social distancing with a limited number of shoppers allowed in-store at any time, as well as regular deep cleaning.

"Despite the store closures that will follow the ‘everything must go’ sale, the Laura Ashley brand will remain online and at retailers nationwide."

The Inverness store will continue to trade until further notice.

Related article: Fashion chain Laura Ashley goes into administration

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