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The front of a store or shop at street level, usually having one or more windows for the display of goods or wares.
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A spokesperson for the force told the ECHO: "Officers were called to Oxton Road at around 12.10pm to reports of a shop front collapsing.
Work has started this week on six shop fronts in Ironbridge.
"They have completely smashed up the shop front," he said.
Lower Bridge Street contained 'many important and very fine buildings' said the inspector adding: "Where these buildings have shop fronts, they are, on the whole, of good quality and restrained in appearance, including those in more contemporary styles."
"Shop fronts which reflect traditional, Victorian proportions, composition and design will ensure that the new shop front is successfully integrated into the building as a whole.
The Shop Front Festival will offer a range of family activities too - such as a 'real-life' arcade, cartoon workshops and an improvised, live soap opera.
The Shop Front Festival is taking place on Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24, and will bring to life the city centre with a host of events and activities taking place inside shopfronts, out on the streets and in pop-up locations.
Now the same firm has applied for permission to construct a new shop front and signage at the Captain Cook Square premises.
THIS was the scene in Cramlington on Tuesday morning, after an old shop front suddenly collapsed.
Replacement of existing shop front with traditional timber shop front with raised fascia signage, incorporating discrete pelmet lighting.