Store gallery: Marks & Spencer unveils ‘bigger, better’ branch in former Debenhams

Cafe at M&S White Rose store

Marks & Spencer has opened the doors of its latest full-line store, at the White Rose centre in Leeds – the city in which the business began as a market stall in 1884.

The 97,000 sq ft store is part of a £480m investment by Marks & Spencer in “bigger, better” branches as it reconfigures its estate. 

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