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High street chain closes city branch

One of the best-known High Street clothing retailers is closing its outlet in Gloucester.

Men's outfitters Burton and women's clothing store Dorothy Perkins will shut their shop in Eastgate Street on Saturday.

The outlet has been hectic with shoppers snapping up last-minute bargains in the closing down sale.

The brands are owned by Sir Phillip Green's Arcadia Group whose famous names also include Topshop and Wallis.

Arcadia recently said it was making significant investment in the group. It has 1,170 stores in 36 countries.

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