The so-called “Super Saturday” before Christmas saw an incremental boost in shoppers, according to latest data from retail experts Springboard.
High Street footfall rose by 1% on last year, and was up 6.9% on the previous Saturday, figures show.
However, overall footfall still declined by 0.7% on last year.
“It was a bit of a last-minute burst, but it’s not good,” Springboard’s insight director Diane Wehrle told the BBC.
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