Superdrug To Close Its Chiswick Branch In June

Another well-known High Road shop says goodbye


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Superdrug is to close the doors
of its Chiswick branch in June.

A spokesperson for the company confirmed that it would shut on June 13th- the nearest store to Chiswick from then on will be the branch in Hammersmith. There was no reason given for the closure.

The Superdrug chain, which sells toiletries and beauty products, celebrated its 50th birthday last year. It was set up in 1964 by Ronald and Peter Goldstein, who had both spent several years in the grocery retailing industry. The first Superdrug opened in Putney in 1966.

Superdrug is the UK's second-largest beauty and health retailer and operates over 800 stores in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland with 200 in-store pharmacies. It was sold to Asian company A.S.Watson Limited in 2002.

A spokesperson for Superdrug said: "We  can confirm that our store on Chiswick High Road will close on 13th June.  We’d like to thank all our customers for their support over the years.”


April 17, 2015

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