12 high street shops Leeds has loved and lost over the years

Leeds is widely regarded as one of the best destinations to shop till you drop in the UK.

Thursday, 11th April 2019, 15:25 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th April 2019, 15:29 pm
Lost high street shops in Leeds.

Yet the city centre has seen its fair share of high street casualties over the years. READ MORE: The 13 much-loved bars and restaurants that Leeds has lost over the last year

The city centre branch closed down in 2005 after the firm went into administration.
Its store on Regent Street closed last year after the company collapsed into administration in February 2018.
Nothing short of a Leeds shopping institution.. take a bow C&A.

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