Sold Focus stores -locations and buyers revealed

Focus administrator Ernst & Young has finally released the locations of the stores it has managed to sell.

Administrator Ernst & Young has sold 55 Focus stores - image: FocusDIY
Administrator Ernst & Young has sold 55 Focus stores - image: FocusDIY

Some 120 Focus DIY/garden centres are holding final closing down sales.

B&Q has bought 31 stores at:

Ashington Launceston
Buxton Leominster
Cardigan Leven
Chard Louth
Consett Malvern
Devizes Melton Mowbray
Dorchester Melton Mowbray
Ebbw Vale
Newark-on-Trent
Fakenham
Pembroke Dock
Gainsborough Shepton Mallet
Goole
Skegness
Harrogate Spalding
Haverhill Stroud
Huntingdon Sudbury
Kendal Uttoxeter
Thetford Witney


Wickes has bought 13 Focus stores and will take on ths staff at:

Beverley
Bishops Stortford
Burgess Hill
Chesham
Hailsham
Hertford
Hinckley
Maldon
Nuneaton
Rushden
Tunstall
West Wickham
Winsford

B&M has bought 11 stores and taken on staff at:

Alloa
Bathgate
Walsall
Burnley
Coalville
Cramlington
Darlington
Dunfermline
Leek
Shipley
Skipton


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