Conduit Street
The Johnsons was combined with Hall the butchers when both the shops closed to form one larger retail space.  The shop would have stood where the enterance to Superdrug is today.
Conduit Street
Conduit Street from around c1975. By now the sweet shop has become the Heart of England Building Society, H.C. Moore was closed and all boarded up. 
H.C. Moore - Chemist
Independent dispensing chemist believed to of closed in the 1970’s. The shop was boarded up and remained empty for sometime. Later to become The Leeds building society in the 1980’s and at a later date the Halifax.
The sweet shop and hairdresser, or Coiffers as the sign proudly displays was possibly the last retailer to occupy the address in Conduit Street before the location was used for banking.  Although the roofline and guttering is unchanged...
Opened in 2011 as Superdrug replacing the original Savers store, It was more a branding change as both are owned by the same parent company.Superdrug occupies two old shops that were combined to form one. Hall the Butchers were on the left...
FatFace are fashion chain retailer selling outdoor casualwear and accessories for men, women and children, they opened in the old mock tudor building in 2013 after the proposed restaurant failed to open.
This was the new home for Currys in Lichfield after moving from their smaller Market Street location. The store had many names over the years Currys, Dixons and, this was due to the take over of Currys by Dixons in 1984 and a...
Savers specialise in branded health, home and beauty products the Lichfield store closed in May 2011 and opened a short time later as Superdrug this was due to both being owned by the same parent company.Savers occupied two old shops...
Cheltenham & Gloucester
In 1995, the Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society accepted a purchase offer from Lloyds Bank. For the deal to go ahead though, the Society had to demutualise. Its members voted overwhelmingly in favour of the change. The resulting...
ES Jewellery
Husband and wife team Emma and Steve established ES Jewellery in 2004 and opened in Lichfield after the closure of Julian Graves.