Posted: Tue 17th Jul 2018

Queensferry Poundworld set to close next week

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jul 17th, 2018

Administrators to Poundworld are to close another 40 of the firm’s stores, with the loss of 531 jobs.

The Queensferry store on Deeside Retail Park appears on the latest list of stores to close, it will shut the doors for the last time on Tuesday, July 24,

Today’s announcement brings the total number of Poundworld stores shutting to 145 with nearly 1800 people being made redundant.

Administrators have said discussions with interested parties for the potential sale of “part, or parts of the remaining business” were still ongoing.

Joint administrator Clare Boardman said: “We would like to thank all the employees for their continued support and commitment during this difficult time.

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