Stephen Langtree, from Chester Civic Trust, said while Browns, which had about 600 staff in the 1960s, used to have a national reputation as “the Harrods of the North”, it actually predates the Knightsbridge store, as well as retail luminaries Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, and was just two years younger than the original Debenhams store in London.

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