Objections ignored as councillors give thumbs up to new coffee shop in Crieff Ambitious new plan to transform the former Edinburgh Woollen Mill and golf shop site in James Square/High Street Daily Record 1 week ago
Edinburgh Woollen Mill accused of mislabelling scarves as 100% cashmere as expert witness says selling them for £30 is 'unsustainable' Edinburgh Woollen Mill, based in Langholm, Dumfries and Galloway, denies falsely claiming scarves were pure cashmere on two occasions in 2014. The chain has 265 high-street shops. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
Edinburgh Woollen Mill denies mislabelling scarves as 100% cashmere THE national chain, which is based in Langholm, Dumfries and Galloway, denies falsely claiming scarves were pure cashmere on two occasions in 2014. Daily Record 2 weeks ago
Edinburgh Woollen Mill denies cashmere scarf mislabelling BBC Local News: South Scotland -- Edinburgh Woollen Mill denies a charge of mislabelling scarves as 100% cashmere in a store in Dumfries. BBC Local News 2 weeks ago Also reported by • BBC News
Macmillan cancer charity box theft leaves staff at Edinburgh... A sneak thief stole a full charity box from a Wells shop containing cash donated by customers during a Macmillan Cofffee Morning.The Edinburgh Woollen Mill in Wells took part in the Big MacMillan.. Western Gazette on September 30, 2016 Also reported by • Western Daily Press • Wells Journal • Shepton Mallet Journal • Central Somerset Gazette • Cheddar Valley Gazette • Somerset Guardian • Frome Standard In the courts of Lincolnshire... Stephen Damion Whittington, 34, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to theft of two Bayliss and Harding gift boxes to the value of £29.98 belonging to Lloyds Pharmacy, 19 T-shirts to the value of.. Lincolnshire Echo on August 29, 2016
Edinburgh Woollen Mill staying in Sherborne - despite shop being... A well-known clothing company has said it has no plans to pull out of Sherborne - despite its unit in the town centre being put on the market. The Edinburgh Woollen Mill currently has an outlet at 71.. Wells Journal on August 22, 2016 Also reported by • Western Daily Press • Western Gazette • Central Somerset Gazette • Cheddar Valley Gazette • Shepton Mallet Journal • Somerset Guardian • Frome Standard 2016 set to be the year of retail failures - here's why The number of consumers on Britain’s high streets is in “terminal decline” as shopping habits change fundamentally, raising the prospect of more retail failures this year.
Speaking to City.. City A.M. on May 31, 2016 Austin Reed to close 120 stores at a loss of 1,000 jobs as high street casualties mount Edinburgh Woollen Mill, headed by Philip Day, has acquired the 116-year-old chain's brand and five concessions, but did not want to take on the entire store estate. MailOnline on May 31, 2016