After Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Step 2 of his lockdown exit roadmap will go ahead next week, shoppers are getting ready to venture to the high street for the first time in months.
Non-essential shops, hairdressers, gyms and pub beer gardens will reopen from Monday, April 12, following several months of closures.
But the coronavirus pandemic has also taken a heavy toll on many of the high streets big name brands.
Lincolnshire Live has taken a look at how the landscape has changed and which favourites we won’t see return to Lincoln city centre when the ‘non-essential’ businesses are allowed to reopen next week.
The Debenhams brand and website was purchased by Boohoo but they didn’t take any of the business’ 118 department stores as part of the £55m deal. This resulted in around 12,000 jobs losses. The White Rose Debenhams has closed alongside
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