The future of Salisbury's Topshop branch hangs in the balance, just days after the closure of another clothing store in the city was announced.

Retail giant Arcadia, which owns brands such as Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Burton has gone into administration putting 13,000 jobs at risk.

Administrators at Deloitte are now seeking buyers for the business whose sales have been "severely impacted" by the pandemic.

Only a few days ago, on Friday November 27, administators for Jaeger confirmed the closure of 13 stores and concessions - including its Salisbury store.

Debenhams is planning to start a liquidation process after collapsing into administration and announcing the closure of some of its branches, including Salisbury's, earlier in the year.

Debenhams' branch on Blue Boar Row is currently empty but there are hopes Smith & Bradbeer, who own the building, will open a department store in 2021.

Non-essential retail in Salisbury will reopen tomorrow (December 2) as the second national lockdown ends.

It is hoped shoppers will come out to support the city's shops, including the small indepedent businesses, in the run up to Christmas.