The group’s pre-tax loss widened to £26.3m, from a restated loss of £23.9m while revenue was £724.9m, down from £749.4m.
Mothercare chairman Alan Parker said that after an encouraging set of interim results, Q3 trading over peak was a disappointment. “We saw a recovery in the Q4 trading performance and have delivered full-year results in line with market expectations set in January 2014. This momentum has been maintained into this quarter, and we look forward to sustaining this improvement in the new financial year,” he said in a statement.
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