BHS Swansea manager Steve Britten said most of the staff had found new jobs
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Swansea BHS boss: Staff 'will be a credit' in new jobs

Shoppers have claimed some last-minute bargains as the final BHS store in Wales closed on Sunday.

Hundreds of jobs in Wales, part of a total of 11,000 across the UK, were lost after the retailer went into administration in April.

BHS's Welsh stores in Carmarthen, Cardiff Bay, Newport, Wrexham and Llandudno have already shut, with Swansea the last to close.

Staff brought forward Christmas by dressing up for the final day.

Store manager Steve Britten told BBC Wales reporter Nicola Smith most of the staff had found new jobs.

  • 28 Aug 2016
  • From the section Wales