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How Woolies Became Wellies: OneWoman's Fight for the High Street

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When Woolworths went into administration last
December, the nation mourned the loss of a high street institution. But Dorchester branch manager Claire Robertson refused to let go and decided to set up shop again. Renaming the store Wellworths and rehiring her employees, Claire has five weeks to return the now empty shell to its former glory. Director Guy Gilbert ; Producer Alex Sutherland

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Unknown: Claire Robertson
Director: Guy Gilbert
Producer: Alex Sutherland

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How Woolies Became Wellies: OneWoman's Fight for the High Street

BBC One London, 2 April 2009 21.00






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