James Peters, tailor & juvenile outfitter – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Brentford Families – Griffith – Brentford High Street Project", "Kindred Spirits – Shops – Ipswich Star p. 9 December 2014", "Edward Grove merchant tailor, c. 1885 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Embroidered Shoes - Jersey Heritage.org", "The Hanan-Gingell Shoe Co Ltd, 328–330 Oxford Street, Marylebone St Johns Wood And Mayfair, Greater London – Historic England", "Ann Harvey owner to close 20 shops in property review – RetailWeek p. 2 December 2011", "Bonmarché to relaunch Ann Harvey – drapersonline p. 18 July 2014", "C. Hayman's South London Costume Manufactory, 1887 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Elizabeth Hebden Ltd – historyworld.co.uk", "Winding Up Orders – The London Gazette p. 7 Feb 1974", "Family run firm set to shut up shop after nearly 50 years of business – Evening Echo p. 20 February 2017", "Bective – advert museum historyworld.co.uk", "Holbourne (Fashions) Ltd. – historyworld.co.uk", "The London Gazette p. 27 September 1940", "Hector Powe – A blog for the Commercial Overprint Society of Great Britain (COSGB). Intimissimi: 1996: The Calzedonia Group 6: Underwear manufacturer and retailer: Italian brand founded in Dossobuono di Villafranca di Verona. Mandy left Woodlands in 2003 to work in Kent schools as an ICT Consultant. e.g. Some of the different types of retail store include: Convenience store - a small to medium grocery and convenience shop usually operating near residential areas. Introduction. This includes shoes, clothing and sportswear, but not online retailers. & C. Winter, Tailors & Outfitters, c. 1885 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Woodrow – Historyworld.co.uk advert museum", "Woolf Brothers Revised Price List, 1883 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "M. Woolf, ready made and bespoke tailoring, 1887? in the UK, a shop where you can buy fish and chips and other hot foods to take away and eat. It has a limited variety of food but often has long opening hours. Mandy is the creator of the Woodlands Resources section of the Woodlands Junior website.  Off-Licence shops sell alcholic beverages. The items are usually very cheap and of good quality. Published 1996-12-20; Retrieved 2011-11-18 with Hodges shops being rebranded under the Dunn name. B. Ladbury [Firm] – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "John Laing & Co, boot and shoe merchants – The National Archives", "George H. Lavey & Company Limited tailors and gentlemen's outfitters, 155 Oxford Street, London, by - architecture.com", "Ladies Shopping at Clothing Shops in 1989, London – gettyimages.co.uk", "1950s advert for LEE BROTHERS overwear Ltd Westbury ladieswool coat fashion 1955 – ebay", "Clothing sold by Lewis & Co., 1893 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Lilley and Skinner – Graces Guide to British Industrial History", "Jobs axed despite shoe chain rescue – kentonline.co.uk p. 30 Jan 2008", "Littlewoods' John Moores, the father of home shopping", "Game over or extra time? Sports & Leisure Ltd – Findthecompany", "Parisian Novelties at Jay's, Regent Street, London – historyworld.co.uk advert museum", "T. Manley, high-class tailor of Westminster, 1891 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "G.U.S. a greengrocer's sells fruit and vegetables. Charity shops sell goods (clothes, books and small household items) that have been donated. Baker & Co: the men and the map – National Library of Scotland", "TQ3004 : 52–55, Western Road, Brighton – geography.org.uk", "Sixteen Norwich Shops you can't go to anymore – Eastern Daily Post p. 17/5/16", "JD makes £4m bid to rescue Faith chain and save 1,700 jobs – The Independent p. 23 October 2011", "Ciro Citterio fails as high street slump takes toll – The Telegraph p. 7 Aug 2005", "Receiver shuts Ciro Citterio shops – Birmingham Post p. 10 May 2005", "Interview: Veteran clothes designer Jeff Banks – The Journal p. 12 Sept 2012", "Resolutions for Winding up – The London Gazette p. 8 June 1993", "High Street Southend Timeline Photo 29 of 35", "From Chelsea Girl to Concept Man: history of River Island – Daily Telegraph p. 20 Mar 2011", "Sad to be shutting up shop after 56 years service – South Wales Argus p. 27 April 2012", "Westminster Clothing Company, 1881? Speciality store - a store which concentrates on narrow product areas, eg clothing, electrical goods, entertainment. Debenhams and John Lewis and British Home Stores (for clothes and household items). Each shop in a retail chain will have the same name. returns to UK with shop in Covent Garden – retailweek.com p. 28 May 2004", "Hunter taking steps to become a global lifestyle brand – retail gazette p.30 Sept 2015", "Why the Kooples are every couple's best friend – The Guardian p. 13 April 2014", "Michael Kors to open flagship shop on Regent Street – The Crown Estate p. 1 July 2014", "Lacoste opens its biggest flagship shop in London – fashionmag.com p. 5 June 2012", "Get Ready For Karl's Debut London Shop – Vogue p. 27 Nov 2013", "Lanvin opens menswear doors – Vogue p. 18 Sept 2008", "LE COQ SPORTIF OPENS FLAGSHIP LONDON SHOP – Menswear Style p. 29 May 2013", "Phillip Lim Opens Debut London Shop – Vogue p. 26 Nov 2013", "Massimo Dutti poaches property director from Bestseller Group – drapersonline p. 3 July 2014", "About Orlebar Brown – orlebarbrown.co.uk", "Zara owner Inditex to open first UK Stradivarius shop in London – Evening Standard p. 2 June 2014", "Reebok opens its first Rbk shop in UK at London's Covent Garden – Retail Week p. 3 Sept 2004", "Moss Brothers Group plc History – FundingUniverse", "Scotch & Soda opens its first two London shops – fashionmag.com p. 29 Aug 2012", "DISCOVER TESSUTI A LUXURY CLOTHING BRAND RETAILER FROM SINCE 1985 by Menswear Style p. 15 October 2014", "JD's Tessuti deal spells the end for Cecil Gee – drapersonline p. 16 June 2012", "Spreading Toast: a fashion success story - Telegraph", "Bright Sparks Urban Outfitter – The Independent", "John Varvatos rocks up in Mayfair – GQ Magazine p. 25 Sept 2014", "Bestseller kicks off shop-opening spree – drapersonline p. 26 August 2011", "Victoria's Secret lingerie shop to open in The Oracle – getreading p. 23 April 2015", "Wolford sets ambitious target for UK expansion – drapersonline 31 March 2007", "YMC (You Must Create) Fashion Label – fashionreview.co.uk p. 28 Mar 2011", "Zara opens eco-friendly London flagship – fashionunited.co.uk p. 6 Dec 2012", "Swanbill Corsets – historyworld.co.uk advert museum", "HUK17 – Conservation Strategy (Vol. WHSmith (newsagents, stationers, Cds and DVDs). 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The two websites projectbritain.com and primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk are the new homes for the Woodlands Resources. Debenhams John Lewis Allders Department Store Woolworths Boots House of … She now teaches computers at The Granville School and St. John's Primary School in Sevenoaks Kent. Marks & Spencer (for clothes and food) Debenhams and John Lewis and British Home Stores (for clothes and household items), Boots (for toiletries) WHSmith (newsagents, stationers, Cds and DVDs). 2) – Appendices Impact of the Proposals Upon the Historic Environment – Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture Ltd Feb 2011", "W. A. Allery, tailor – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Allsports enters administration – news bbc.co.uk p. 27 September 2005", "JD buys troubled Allsports – Manchester Evening News p. 31 October 2005", "JJB Sports plc – Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History, Background Information on JJB Sports plc", "Hardy Amies UK shops to close following sale to Fung Capital – Retail Week p. 11 November 2008", "sale of men's clothing at Arnold & Coldwell, 1883 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Astral Sports and Leisure (Retail) Limited - duedil.com", "Company: Astral Sports & Leisure Ltd – house of fraser archive", "Glasgow Herald Page 21 p. 10 March 1982", "Clock stops for GUS, the empire created by a legend – The Telepgraph p. 7 Oct 2006", "Pathfinder Pack on 1950s shopping - RIS.org", "Shop Closures and Changes in Basildon Town Centre East Walk – Basildon History", "Basildon, Town Centre c.1965 - Francis Firth.com", "Albion Place, looking towards Briggate and King Edward Street - leodis.net", "Bank shops in Llandudno and Wrexham at risk after fashion chain goes into administration – Daily Post p. 5 Jan 2015", "JD Sports sells Bank to Hilco Capital – Business Sale report p. 25 Nov 2014", "Kate Barnes – historyworld.co.uk Advert Museum", "Burnley, Manchester Road 1952 – francis firth", "Sad to be shutting up shop after 56 years of service – South Wales Argus p. 27 April 2012", "Cardiff shop Calders shuts days before Christmas – BBC News p. 22 December 2013", "Fashion and Age: Barrance & Ford, Brighton and Garments Designed for the British Aristocracy in the Early Twentieth Century by Karen Scalon", "High Street Southend Timeline Photo 26 of 35", "Castle Street & Cock & Bottle Lane, Bristol Street Map – 1937 – 1–88 – Flickr", "49–50, North Street, Brighton – geograph.org.uk", "6 The Promenade, Bristol – The Gloucester Road Story", "Corneliani moves in to historic London tailor's – Italy Magazine p. 11 March 2011", "Kirkgate, looking West from Vicar Lane - Subject 5357 - leodis.org", "Berkertex is fashion victim of recession – The Independent p. 4 Sept 1992", "Jobs safe as Bairds acquires Berkertex – The Independent p. 24 Sept 1992", "Clothing chains join retail casualty list – The Guardian p. 11 February 2006", "Moss Bros Group plc History – FundingUniverse", "Advert for JE Bloom & Co, boy's & youth's outfitters – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "W.Bradley – advert museum historyworld.co.uk", "Brian Brick: Moss Bros Boss hopes smart moves will pay off – The Independent", "Suits You bought by Egyptian supplier – drapersonline p. 12 Mar 2008", "Suits You in administration – drapersonline p. 27 October 2010", "Former Suits You owners take over 12 of its shops – drapersonline p. 28 Jan 2011", "Advert For Albert Brooks, Milliner & Fancy Draper – Evanion Collection, British Library", "The Edinburgh Gazette, November 27, 1891", https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2014/oct/22/lee-bender-interview-bus-stop-boutique-closes-archive, "Runcorn, Town Centre c.1965 – Francis Firth", "Capstick & Hamer – historyworld.co.uk Advert Museum", "Case Studies – Cargo Club (Nurdin & Peacock) – Ashworth Surveyors", "Shoe Retailers learn to set the pace recession and fashion are making sports shoes makers help shops – The Independent p. 9 Nov 1993", "M. Chapman, Merchant Tailor, 1887 – The British Library Evanion Catalogue", "Advertisement for clothing by Chas.