In pictures: Festive footfall down as stores released from lockdown


Stores in England reopened their doors today, kick-starting the Christmas spending period after the latest lockdown, but shopper traffic was still steeply down year-on-year in key destinations.

Footfall across all shopping locations jumped 64.5% week on week this morning as lockdown regulations eased and shoppers returned to stores, according to the latest figures from monitor Springboard.

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