Coronavirus8 minutes ago (Jun 01, 2021 06:41AM ET)© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Shoppers are seen walking near Bullring shopping centre, owned by mall operator Hammerson, in Birmingham, Britain, November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Boyers/File Photo
LONDON (Reuters) – Shopper numbers across Britain rose by 6.7% in the last week to Saturday, compared with the week before, but they remained 26.8% lower than normal circumstances in 2019, Springboard data showed on Tuesday.
Warm weather on Sunday and Monday, a public holiday, also encouraged people to hit the shops, with Sunday numbers up by 25% and Monday up 16%.Warm weather boosts UK shopper numbers – SpringboardAdd a Comment