Thursday, October 15, 2020

Pamela Scott is to close 12 of its 24 stores but its Mayo outlet remains open.

The fashion chain is to shed half of its Irish shops resulting in the loss of 104 jobs. The Castlebar store on Hopkin’s Road is not among the outlets scheduled to shut but its Sligo shop will close.

The company said the closures are in response to changes in retail trading, largely as a result of Covid-19.

It is applying to the High Court today to have Eamonn Richardson, a partner in restructuring at KPMG Ireland, and Ian Barrett, a director in KPMG, appointed as joint provisional liquidators.

The Pamela Scott shops being closed are Grafton Street, Frascati Centre, Swords and Blanchardstown in Dublin and Cork City, Limerick Crescent, Tralee, Carlow, Sligo, Dundalk, Gorey, and Nenagh. 

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