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How Many Empty Shops In Hereford 2016?

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#61 greenknight

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Posted 23 January 2016

[quote name="Colin James" post="29867" timestamp="1453548448"]Well that could be down to the time of day but trust me she is very busy, in fact she is looking for staff, if you know of any qualified hair stylists, get them to pop in.[/quote

To be honest it is after 5pm and before 6.
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#62 ragwert

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Posted 23 January 2016

And this is why you get the same people posting on here and very few new ones. 

I know a few people who could add a lot to this board, one that does a fair bit of campaigning for things that he see as wrong for Hereford, including the link road and yet they stay clear of this board. I wonder why?

Well I'm anti SLR but I'm for the Link road as it now has many advantages.
I could come here and moan all day long just like you Adrian,I have plenty to moan about.


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#63 greenknight

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Posted 03 November 2016

Well around January we get the chance to raise up this old chestnut. I for one continue to feel that there is a positivity about retail in Hereford despite all the known challenges. A few new independents are showing their faces. If we could just get a buyer for the bomb site.
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#64 ragwert

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Posted 04 November 2016

Well around January we get the chance to raise up this old chestnut. I for one continue to feel that there is a positivity about retail in Hereford despite all the known challenges. A few new independents are showing their faces. If we could just get a buyer for the bomb site.

Pretty much a pointless waste of time as there will always be empty shops.I'd rather see a topic that shows & promotes new businesses that have opened in the City to one that shout doom n gloom. 


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#65 greenknight

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Posted 04 November 2016

Pretty much a pointless waste of time as there will always be empty shops.I'd rather see a topic that shows & promotes new businesses that have opened in the City to one that shout doom n gloom.


Well your not wrong Ragwert...Personally I'm in the positive camp on this.
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#66 Denise Lloyd

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Posted 05 November 2016

I wonder how safe M & S is - we will know by a week today.  


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#67 greenknight

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Posted 05 November 2016

Yes I read this Denise...would be huge for Hereford to lose its M&S.
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Posted 05 November 2016

Very much doubt Herefords M&S will close.Hereford still has one of the lowest percentages of empty shops in the UK.


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Posted 06 November 2016

I prefer to be positive but show me some new shops in Hereford high town?


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Posted 06 November 2016

I prefer to be positive but show me some new shops in Hereford high town?

Quite a few over the last 12 months.Also soon to open, Flannels mens & womens wear who are opening a store in the old H&M store.
And the old Butchers shop in Union Street is being converted into a cafe.

http://www.flannels.com/


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#71 Aylestone Voice

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Posted 06 November 2016

The former Vodafone shop is to be a shoe shop


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Posted 06 November 2016

Surprised to see Flannels coming to Hereford, but a bit of competition for Pritchards now.
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Posted 07 November 2016

Quite a few over the last 12 months.Also soon to open, Flannels mens & womens wear who are opening a store in the old H&M store.
And the old Butchers shop in Union Street is being converted into a cafe.

http://www.flannels.com/

This is good news.


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#74 Colin James

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Posted 07 November 2016

Okay, lets please keep to the topic in hand but I will create a new topic about new shops opening in Hereford.


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Posted 09 November 2016

Hey guys, first post.

 

  I don't know how well known this is but I haven't heard anyone talk about it yet but Argos in town will be closing pretty soon and will be relocated in to Sainsbury's. The upside to this is that Argos will now be open 7am to 10pm instead of the current 9am to 5:30pm, as well as free parking and if you need to any shopping you can do it all at once rather than having to walk in to town. I hear their trying to relocate as many employees as possible so that's good to hear.

 

  Obvious downside being that there will now be one more empty shop in town.


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Posted 09 November 2016

Hey guys, first post.

 

  I don't know how well known this is but I haven't heard anyone talk about it yet but Argos in town will be closing pretty soon and will be relocated in to Sainsbury's. The upside to this is that Argos will now be open 7am to 10pm instead of the current 9am to 5:30pm, as well as free parking and if you need to any shopping you can do it all at once rather than having to walk in to town. I hear their trying to relocate as many employees as possible so that's good to hear.

 

  Obvious downside being that there will now be one more empty shop in town.

 

Hi Andy and welcome to Hereford Voice we hope to see you doing in more and more discussions in the future.

 

Argos are opening in Sainsbury's Hereford I received this in my inbox 2 days ago

 

Argos Hereford.png

 

Unfortunately the main store, I hear will close next year so another empty shop for high town.

 

I have created a separate topic about Argos here


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