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Wolverhampton's TK Maxx store to close

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High street fashion store TK Maxx today announced it was shutting its store in Wolverhampton city centre to move to a new one in Wednesfield.

High street fashion store TK Maxx today announced it was shutting its store in Wolverhampton city centre to move to a new one in Wednesfield.

The move means 32 staff will leave the Wulfrun Centre at the close of business on October 26 and start at the new Bentley Bridge store on October 27 at 9am.

TK Maxx will move into a previously unused unit at Bentley Bridge. It's a 25,000 sq ft store.

It's another blow for the city centre which has already lost big names such as TJ Hughes and Woolworths leaving large, empty stores. The city currently has one in four of its shops standing empty.

Wolverhampton City Council last night ended night time parking charges at five city centre car parks in order to try to attract more people in.

It has also reduced day time rates.

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