Published: 17:33, 18 June 2020
| Updated: 17:47, 18 June 2020
Bargain hunters will be able to snap up cut-price deals when Laura Ashley stores in Kent reopen for the company's closing down sale.
The company says its "extensive" sale will launch when stores open their doors.
Maidstone and Sevenoaks will open tomorrow with Canterbury and Broadstairs following on Saturday, Tunbridge Wells on Sunday and Tenterden on Monday.
Meanwhile stores in Bromley and Orpington are already back up and running.
No closing date has been fixed for the final closure of the outlets.
The fashion chain, which launched in the 1950s, says once the stores close for good, the brand will remain online and through other retailers across the country.
Up to 50% discounts are available online and in-store for fashion with furniture 30% off.
All stock must be cleared including from stores and in warehouses.
The stores are designated as "Covid secure" and will follow a "strict policy of social distancing" limiting the number of shoppers allowed in-store as well as deep cleaning.
A spokesman for the business said: “There are some fantastic deals to be found in-store, as everything is now reduced and, with at least 50% off fashion, we expect clothing ranges to sell out fast.
"We are extremely mindful of the current Covid crisis and customers can be assured that the store will be Covid secure.”
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