Richard Macer visits high street independent department stores fighting back against the big brands, in this case a family-run shop which has come out of administration.
Filmmaker Richard Macer visits the high street independent department stores that are fighting back against the big brands.
He spends six months at a family-run shop which has just come out of administration. David and Caroline Whittle lost control of Peters when it couldn't compete with a new shopping centre, but now a private backer has given them one last chance to turn the store around. Things are going well until problems arise with the staff in the shop's cafe.