Evans Shop to close…

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  • #54740
    weasel
    weasel
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    Yet another shop to close in Wrexham…..Evans ladies wear is closing in 5 weeks time….:(

    #70021

    darryl
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    That’s sad to hear – Bodycare recently relocated from that area as well, so quite a few empty shops down that part of town now :(

    #70027

    janeywxm
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    Yeah, they told most of their customers in July this year that they would be closing towards November. Apparently quite a few of their stores are closing nationwide as they are going to concentrate on Internet sales.

    #70025

    Maureen Gray
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    Oh no, I will have to tell my aunt to get down there quick, shes a right heferlump!! Nevermind they can always go to Bon Marche and smell of lavender!

    #70023

    99DylanJones
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    Is this a sign of the times that ‘larger’ ladies no longer want to be seen in a shop that generally has the overall image of providing larger sized clothes and therefore are now shopping anonymously on line or in business that mix ‘large’ and ‘smaller’ sizes in one establishment so no one notices.
    There is lots of retail research on the psychology of shopping and how this can influence when and how a purchase is made.

    #70026

    Maureen Gray
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    Sorry?? Can you not speak English Dylan?

    #70018

    zinger
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    I think that he means that ladies who take size 18 & above prefer to buy clothes in BHS, M & S & Debenhams or on the internet.

    #70028

    janeywxm
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    I don’t think anonymity is the issue, Dylan. I think with most shopping these days , it is cheaper and there is more selection online. My husband went to buy a new Apple Iphone 6 the other day from the o2 shop in Eagles Meadow and was quoted £799. It is on sale at the Apple store online for £699!!
    My nephew’s buy their Playstation and Nintendo games from Amazon because high street shops charge between £5-10 more per game!

    #70022

    Ferret
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    @janeywxm 16003 wrote:

    I don’t think anonymity is the issue, Dylan. I think with most shopping these days , it is cheaper and there is more selection online. My husband went to buy a new Apple Iphone 6 the other day from the o2 shop in Eagles Meadow and was quoted £799. It is on sale at the Apple store online for £699!!
    My nephew’s buy their Playstation and Nintendo games from Amazon because high street shops charge between £5-10 more per game!

    A spokesman writes: “Amazon are able to bring these prices to you due to the unique way we are funded by the British taxpayer”.

    #70019

    johnhoppy
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    @ferret 16033 wrote:

    A spokesman writes: “Amazon are able to bring these prices to you due to the unique way we are funded by the British taxpayer”.

    No problem. Luxembourg are getting a cut from the £1.7m we will probably have to stump up to the EU. That should help subsidise Amazon’s Tax liabilities.

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