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Half term fails to boost shopper figures

Footfall across the UK fell by 4.7% for the week beginning 10 February, compared to the same period last year, as half term failed to boost shopper numbers.

The spread of school holidays across all weeks of February this year is expected to affect weekly footfall results for the rest of the month. 

Worst affected were shopping centres, suffering a 7.3% decline in footfall year on year, followed by the high street which was down 4.9%, the latest figures from Springboard show. 


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