Duchess of Cambridge may have to shop elsewhere

LK Bennett, which was founded in the 90’s by Linda Bennett, has called in administrators after sales have slowly declined due to tough trading conditions.

The high street chain had 39 shops all around the UK with 500 staff, 55 of which have been laid off following the closure of 5 stores. Stores which have been closed are: Sheffield, Bristol, Liverpool and two in London.

Administrators say that LK Bennett had been ‘impacted by significant rent increases and business rate rises’. They then added ‘Linda and the management team therefore made the difficult decision to place the company into administration, to protect the future of the business’.

Trading at the shops which are still open will continue as usual until otherwise stated, although sales online have been stopped for the time being.

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