Today is the last day of trading for one of Leicester's most iconic high street stores.
Dominoes Toys has been in the city centre for 30 years, but went into administration earlier this month.
The owners blame the growth in online sales and the high cost of parking for the decline in trade.
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The owners of an independent toy shop in Leicester are blaming the internet and the high cost of parking for the collapse of their business.
The Chairman of Dominoes Toys, Steve Sansom, says the city council's drive to reduce the number of cars in the city centre meant spaces were at a premium, and the cost put shoppers off.
He also said competition from the internet made it difficult for independent retailers with higher overheads to compete.
Dominoes has been on the high street for more than 30 years but went into administration earlier this month, and has so far failed to attract a buyer.
A toy shop in Leicester which has been on the high street for 35 years is expected to close its doors today.
Dominoes went into administration after suffering heavy financial losses.