Empty shops

York Press: Empty shops Empty shops

WHILE walking through York you see Tesco Express, Sainsbury’s Local and Morrisons.

As John Lewis seems to have been a great success at Monks Cross, what about having a John Lewis express in one of the many empty shops in the city centre?

One example is the old Army and Navy store. Better that than another eating place, as I would have thought York has enough of them already.

Maureen Robinson, Broadway, York.

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7:49pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Buzzz Light-year says...

Top entry for the most ridiculous letter of the year award!

Has Mrs Robinson ever been to John Lewis? How would it work as an "express" type of store?
One TV, a couple of lipsticks, two Radley bags, a small garden table, iPods but only the small ones, only one tee-shirt out each of all the clothes lines, never mind cookware and the rest.

John Lewis is a big department store! Its nature is big.
Your letter is a joke, right?

BTW the old Army and Navy store is going to open as "Under the Influence"
Top entry for the most ridiculous letter of the year award! Has Mrs Robinson ever been to John Lewis? How would it work as an "express" type of store? One TV, a couple of lipsticks, two Radley bags, a small garden table, iPods but only the small ones, only one tee-shirt out each of all the clothes lines, never mind cookware and the rest. John Lewis is a big department store! Its nature is big. Your letter is a joke, right? BTW the old Army and Navy store is going to open as "Under the Influence" Buzzz Light-year
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7:58pm Tue 29 Apr 14

roy_batty says...

Buzzz Light-year wrote:
Top entry for the most ridiculous letter of the year award!

Has Mrs Robinson ever been to John Lewis? How would it work as an "express" type of store?
One TV, a couple of lipsticks, two Radley bags, a small garden table, iPods but only the small ones, only one tee-shirt out each of all the clothes lines, never mind cookware and the rest.

John Lewis is a big department store! Its nature is big.
Your letter is a joke, right?

BTW the old Army and Navy store is going to open as "Under the Influence"
Not so daft Buzzz, between Rochford and Southend, there is a Waitrose that has a small John Lewis inside it, you can also buy on line and click and collect from there.
[quote][p][bold]Buzzz Light-year[/bold] wrote: Top entry for the most ridiculous letter of the year award! Has Mrs Robinson ever been to John Lewis? How would it work as an "express" type of store? One TV, a couple of lipsticks, two Radley bags, a small garden table, iPods but only the small ones, only one tee-shirt out each of all the clothes lines, never mind cookware and the rest. John Lewis is a big department store! Its nature is big. Your letter is a joke, right? BTW the old Army and Navy store is going to open as "Under the Influence"[/p][/quote]Not so daft Buzzz, between Rochford and Southend, there is a Waitrose that has a small John Lewis inside it, you can also buy on line and click and collect from there. roy_batty
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