May footfall rises on the back of three bank holidays

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Retail footfall in May increased as shoppers took advantage of the three bank holidays last month.

Footfall rose 1.1% from April, which followed a rise of 7.2% from March to April, making it the first time footfall has increased in two consecutive months since August 2022.

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