Clinton Cards’ administrator Zolfo Cooper has issued a list of 43 shops to be closed today because they are not included in the sale to supplier American Greetings’ subsidiary, Lakeshore lending.

The brands and assets of Clinton Cards including 397 stores, were sold to Lakeshore yesterday, leaving a rump of 330 in the hands of the administrators. Zolfo Cooper said it would  “continue to welcome expressions of interest for this part of the estate”.

The 43 affected stores are:

Clinton Cards

Ayr, The Kyle Cent
Basildon, Town Sq
Blackpool, Upper Church St
Brighton, Western Rd
Bristol, The Galleries
Bromley, Upper Mall, The Glades
Cannock, Peel Ctr
Chatham, High St
Cheltenham, Regent Arcade
Chorley, Chapel St
Corby, Willow Place
Crawley, 61County Mall
Croydon, 31 Whitgift Ctr (Lower)
East Kilbride, The Olympia
Glasgow, Braehead
Inverness, High St
Ipswich, Cornhill
Leeds, Commercial St
Milton Keynes, Silbury Arcade
Newbury, Kennett Ctr
Northampton, Grosvenor Ctr
Romford, Liberty II
Shrewsbury, Darwin Ctr
Shrewsbury, Pride Hill Ctr
Watford, Upper Mall Harlequin


Basingstoke, Mayfair House
Bromley, The Glades
Camberley, Cambridge Wlk
Craigavon, Craigavon Ctr
Derby, 145 South Mall
East Kilbride, West Mall
Liverpool, Lord St
Norwich, Castle Mall
Nuneaton, Market Place
Redditch, Kingfisher Ctr
Sheffield, 18 The Gallery
Southend, 82 High St
Thurrock, 277 Lakeside
Uxbridge, Pavillions Ctr
Weston Super Mare