Data: Footfall in June stagnates as ‘freedom day’ pushed to July

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The pushing back of the final relaxing of social-distancing measures and unseasonably wet weather combined to slow footfall recovery across the UK.

Footfall did strengthen in June across high streets, shopping centres and retail parks, but much of that recovery was seen in the first week of the month, with subsequent weeks worsening incrementally, according to the latest Springboard data. 

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