Bonmarché is to close its Glasgow City Centre store amid continuing financial difficulties for the brand.

The shop on Sauchiehall Street is advertising a closing down sale but it's unclear when it will cease trading and how many jobs could be affected.

Last summer, the womenswear retailer was bought out by Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Peacocks boss Philip Day in a £5.7million rescue operation.

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However, the deal wasn’t enough to save the business and bosses appointed administrators in October, putting almost 2,900 jobs at risk.

A total of 30 branches closed down on December 11 and the remaining 285 stores were being "kept under review."

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Glasgow has another store at the Forge in Parkhead with a further three in Paisley, Clydebank and East Kilbride. A branch in Kilmarnock closed earlier this month.