Shops at Erith Riverside see record sales figures

PUBLISHED: 12:15 17 February 2016 | UPDATED: 12:15 17 February 2016

Erith shopping centre

Erith shopping centre


Retail experts claim local shopping has gone up by nearly a quarter

Following reports that the UK has seen a 24 per cent rise in shopping locally compared to last year, shops at Erith Riverside have announced record sales.

Shops including Wilko and Matalan have scene an increase in footfall over the past few months.

Barry Owen, centre manager of Erith Riverside Shopping Centre, commented: “Our sales figures once again thrived across the board, especially over the winter period. I would like to say a huge well done to all of our stores and a thank you to all the local residents that continue to support us by shopping locally.”

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