Full list of Marks & Spencer closures announced so far

Marks & Spencer has named the latest round of stores proposed for closure as part of its radical transformation plan.

Tuesday’s announcement of 17 closures comes in addition to 38 previously announced locations, of which 30 have already shut.

In total, the retailer plans to close more than 100 stores as part of its target to generate one third of sales online by 2022.

The 17 stores announced on Tuesday were:

Ashford
Barrow
Bedford
Boston
Buxton
Cwmbran
Deal
Felixstowe
Huddersfield
Hull
Junction One Antrim Outlet
Luton Arndale
Newark
Northwich
Rotherham
Sutton Coldfield
Weston Super Mare

The 30 stores that have closed to date are:

Andover
Basildon
Birkenhead
Bournemouth
Bridlington
Clacton
Covent Garden
Crewe (relocation)
Darlington
Dover
Durham
Falkirk
Fareham
Fforestfach
Greenock (relocation)
Keighley
Kettering
New Mersey Speke Shopping Park
Newmarket
Newry (relocation)
Northampton
Portsmouth
Putney
Redditch
Slough
Stockport
Stockton
Walsall
Warrington
Wokingham

The 8 stores that have previously been announced as set to close are:

East Kilbride
Edgware Broadwalk
Falmouth
Holloway Road
Kirkcaldy
Llandudno (relocation)
St Helens (relocation)
Wigan (Foodhall opening at Robin Retail Park)

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