Which Boots stores are closing

Which Boots stores are closing? Find out what’s happening to your local branch

The high street chain is closing down 60 branches across the UK

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Boots has confirmed plans to close 60 of its branches.

Although the move is temporary in response to the coronavirus pandemic, shoppers have been left wondering which Boots stores are closing.

But which Boots stores are closing?

Here’s a complete list of all the shops impacted by the decision.

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Boots is closing 60 of its stores (Credit: Cover Images)

Which Boots stores are closing?

Stores in train stations, city centres and airports, where there has been a dramatic decrease in footfall, are set to be affected.

READ MORE: Why are Boots stores closing?

Many in London will close from April 10 while the other will close from April 15.

Boots stores closing from April 10:

  • Canary Whf Cbt Sq (London)
  • Canary Whf Jubile (London)
  • Cannon Street (London)
  • Covent Garden Long Acre (London)
  • Farringdon Road (London)
  • Fenchurch Street (London)
  • High Holborn (London)
  • Houndsditch (London)
  • Liverpool St Stn (London)
  • Monument (London)
  • Moorgate Hghst (London)
  • New Bridge St (London)
  • One New Change SC (London)
  • 100 Oxford Street (London)
  • 193 Oxford St (London)
  • 508-520 Oxford St (London)
  • Paternoster Sq (London)
  • Piccadilly (London)
  • 302 Regent St (London)
  • Strand temp store (London)
  • Stratford City (London)
  • 16 Tottenhm Ct Rd (London)
  • 211Tottenhm Ct Rd (London)
  • Victoria Crdnl Pl (London)
  • White City SC Ariel (London)

Boots stores closing from April 15:

  • Aberdeen Airport Airs Dp
  • Ballymena Fairhill Sc
  • Belfast Great Nrthn Mall
  • Birm Airport BS
  • Birm New Street Stn
  • Bristol Cribbs Causeway
  • Caerphilly Castle Court
  • Dartford Bluewater Park
  • Edinburgh 101Princes St
  • Edinburgh Waverly St Stn
  • Gateshead Metro Centre
  • Gatwick South AS lower
  • Glasgow Airport AS
  • Heathrow T2 BS arrivals, T3 AS, T3 BS depart, T4 AS, T4 BS arrivals
  • Leeds Bradford AS
  • Leeds Trinity
  • Liverpool Lime St Stn
  • London Bridge Station
  • Charing Cross Stn (London)
  • Kings Cross Stn x2 (London)
  • Marylebone Stn (London)
  • Victoria Place (London)
  • Liverpool Clayton Sq Sc
  • Manchester Trafford Ctr
  • Newcastle Airport AS
  • Newcastle Central Stn
  • Newry Buttercrane Sc
  • Newry The Quays Sc
  • Reading Station Ovr Brdg
  • Stockport Peel Sc

What will happen to my local Boots pharmacy?

Boots pharmacists will be redeployed to other local branches.

So if your local Boots is on the list, check in with other nearby stores to see if you an collect your prescriptions there.

“We are committed to being there for the people that need us and we will not leave a community without a pharmacy,” a Boots spokesperson said.

“We would like to thank our colleagues for their work and our customers for their support and generosity.”

Find your nearest Boots stores at Boots.com.

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