A HIGH street clothes shop with over 300 stores will shut another branch as shoppers spot closing down signs.

Trespass is closing its store on North Berwick High Street.

Posters on the shop’s windows say it is "closing down" and "everything must go", according to the East Lothian Courier.

A source close to the North Berwick shop told the paper that it was closing down but not until March when its lease expired.

The Sun has approached Trespass for comment.

The news of the closure comes just two years after the store first set up shop in the Scottish town.

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Susan Oliver, co-chair of North Berwick Business Association, was "very sorry" to see another business leave the town High Street.

It comes after the retailer said that it would shut six shops for good earlier this year.

Its original branch in Washington Square, Workington, closed on Sunday, July 9.

But it relocated to the former Yours unit, next to Muffin Break, in the same part of town on July 21.

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Meanwhile, its store in Chesterfield will open for the final time on November 18, Derbyshire Times reports.

Four other stores, including one in Canterbury and Solihull, are also marked for closures, according to reports.

Harrogate and Derby is also set to lose a store.

It is not clear when these stores will close and they are currently still open for business, according to the Trespass store locator tool.

Trespass opened its first retail stores in the 1990s and it now has more than 300 stores worldwide.

It specialises in outdoor clothing, accessories and essentials like tents, sleeping bags and hiking gear.

The cost of living crisis on top of a rise in online shopping has made it tougher than ever for businesses to keep physical stores open.

Retailers and shoppers alike are also hit hard by stubbornly high energy costs and inflation.

Meanwhile, shoppers are increasingly turning to online retail and away from physical branches.

A number of retailers have collapsed into administration this year, including Cath Kidston, Paperchase, M&Co and Wilko.

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Meanwhile, others have been closing stores and consolidating their portfolios.

It's not all bad news though as some retailers have been opening stores, including Poundland and B&M.

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