Lost shops of Exmouth

As with all towns the retailers constantly change. Here are some that have been lost over the years.

Baileys Exmouth
Baileys photographed in June 2019

Baileys, at 21 The Parade, closed in February 2020.

Panters Exmouth

Panters at 25 The Parade closed in March 2018. This was a business that could trace its roots back more than 120 years.

Woolworths Exmouth
Roger Cornfoot / Woolworths, The Parade, Exmouth / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Exmouth branch of Woolworths opened at 37 The Parade in 1933, closing in early 2009. The site is now occupied by frozen food retailer Iceland.

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