ANOTHER store in Clydebank has gone into administration putting further jobs at risk.

Bonmarche appointed Tony Wright, Alastair Massey and Phil Pierce, of specialist advisory firm FRP as joint administrators on Friday.

The women's retailer which has a store in the Clyde Shopping Centre employs a total of 2,887 staff members.

The news comes as Watt Brothers also went into administration – leaving 22 employees in the Clydebank store without a job.

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FRP said Bonmarche will continue to trade with no immediate job losses, as it assesses options to secure the future of the company.

Tony Wright said: "Bonmarche has been a staple on the UK high street for nearly three decades, but the persistent challenges facing retail have taken their toll and led to the administration.

"There is every sign that we can continue trading while we market Bonmarche for sale and believe that there will be interest to take on the business."

The brand has recently struggled with rising costs, such as business rates and rising wages, as well as dwindling footfall on UK high streets.