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Blacks Leisure

Blacks Leisure is planning to open five new outdoor clothing stores in Cheltenham, Chester, Glasgow, Stratford-upon-Avon and York.

Blacks Leisure has sold its Mambo surf fashion brand to the chief executive of Lush Cosmetics for £0.8m.

Blacks Leisure is looking to raise up to £20m to fund the expansion of its chain of 313 outdoor clothing stores.

Blacks Leisure is planning to open five more "test stores" in Edinburgh, Bristol and Newcastle in September, including two trading as Millets.

Blacks is looking to open up to 50 stores on retail parks, at a rate of about ten new sites a year.

Blacks Leisure has acquired 27 Outdoors stores from the Scout Association for £2.6m.

Blacks Leisure is planning to open 30 stores this year, and is interested in sites being vacated by Dixons.

Blacks Leisure is to step up its expansion programme by opening 20 stores this financial year and a further 30 next year.

Blacks Leisure is to open a further 15 stores this year, including a mixture of all its brands.

Blacks Leisure has acquired Just Add Water, the retailer of surf and skateboard equipment with 10 stores, for £4.3m.

Blacks Leisure has sold its First Sport, AV and Pure Woman sport and fashion retailing operations to John David Sports for £53m.

Blacks Leisure has relocated its head office from London to Peterlee to reduce costs.

Blacks Leisure is planning to open about 20 more stores by the end of the year, with most using the Sport First format.

Blacks Leisure is to acquire the Outdoor Group, the sports and outdoor clothing retailer, for £51m.

Blacks Leisure has bought Sports Shop, the Fife-based sports retailer with 28 outlets, for £1.1m, and will refurbish the shops under its First Sport brand.