Sales at Mothercare fell 8.8% in the fourth quarter - that's on a like-for-like basis (stripping out changes to store numbers) and is an improvement on the previous two quarters.
Sales in its international operations were also down, by 4.9% on a constant currency basis.
But, the numbers means that its full-year performance remains unchanged and in line with previous guidance.
Mark Newton-Jones, chief executive of Mothercare, said: "The UK store closure programme has been completed ahead of schedule and we now have 80 stores in operation, down from 137 stores a year ago.
Whilst this has been a difficult but necessary process, to right-size the UK, it has meant that we have had to say goodbye to many loyal and longstanding colleagues. Their approach and professionalism have been outstanding right until the last day of operation for which we thank them sincerely".