Wickes hails ‘continued momentum’ despite dip in sales

Exterior of Wickes Crawley branch

Wickes has hailed a “promising start” to its financial year despite reporting a dip in sales.

The DIY chain, which floated in April 2021 after being spun off from former owner Travis Perkins, said like-for-like sales inched down 0.6% during the first 20 weeks of its fiscal year, compared with the same period 12 months ago. 

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