The lost shops you want to return to Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH has lost many beloved shops over the years.

Friday, 19th April 2019, 6:08 pm
Updated Friday, 19th April 2019, 6:12 pm
Lost shops you want back
Lost shops you want back

The News asked our readers which one store they could bring back to the city if they had the chance. Here are the suggestions they came up with. 

The Woolworths store on Commercial Road was a popular suggestion. The shop shut in 2009 as the company entered administration
This shop in Arundel Street closed its doors at the end of March after 95 years of trading. But plenty of our readers are eager to see it resurrected

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BHS closed its store in the Cascades shopping centre in Portsmouth in 2016 after the company collapsed into administration and vanished from the high street
This shop in Highland Road was open fro 82 years but closed down in 2009. However you want to see it return from the dead!
C&A was a staple of shopping in Commercial Road for decades but sadly shut down in 2000 as the company collapsed. Despite being gone for 19 years, our readers still want to see it make a return
The Tricorn Centre was a Portsmouth icon for 50 years before being demolished in 2004. But some of our readers have suggested that it should be resurrected
This toy story chain, which was beloved by children and adults alike, went into administration last year. However our readers have suggested that it should make a return.