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Burton closes Chesterfield store

Burton has closed its store in Chesterfield, the town where the menswear brand was founded in 1904.

The store on Burlington Street closed on Friday after Burton launched as a concession in Tesco Extra in Chesterfield in November last year.

Burton was founded by Montague Burton in Chesterfield under the name of The Cross-Tailoring Company.

An Arcadia spokesman confirmed that the store closed when the lease expired.

“We are always looking at how to shape our store portfolio, investing in flagship stores, and increasing our brands’ presence online. Our click-and-collect service across the brands is also proving a successful way of helping our customers collect their purchases at a location most convenient to them.

“When leases expire that we do not renew, we endeavour to redeploy staff affected to another store within the Arcadia Group as much as we can.”


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