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PRIMARK has announced a major shake-up to its stores, giving shoppers the chance to buy vintage clothing.

The retailer has partnered with the Vintage Wholesale Company to launch a clothing concession selling brands like Nike, Dr Martens and Levi.

The range is available to buy now in Primark's Birmingham store and will launch in Manchester in the coming weeks.

Shoppers have taken to social media to share their thoughts on Primark's "cool" new addition.

One person said: "I can't wait to go and have a look."

While another added: "This is a brilliant step forward for the environment."

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Primark's branch in Birmingham is the biggest Primark store in the world – with its own branch of Greggs, a Disney cafe and a beauty studio.

The Sun was given an exclusive look around the new Greggs and found it was cheap and cheerful addition to the store.

Greggs and Primark also launched a clothing range, which included Greggs branded hoodies and sold out within hours.

The Manchester store has a Central Perk Friends Café, inspired by the sitcom Friends, and a barbers shop.

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In June, Primark announced it is to begin trialling a click-and-collect service in more than two dozen stores in the North West.

The business said the trial will run out of 25 shops and will give those who live nearer a smaller Primark access to a much wider range of items.

Primark launched a website in April but until now shoppers have only been able to browse online.

More than 20 stores in the northwest will be included in the trial "towards the end of the year", and the full list of shops offering the service would be announced soon.

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Meanwhile, The Sun has revealed the five best ways to bag a bargain in Primark.

And we shared tips on how you can browse thousands of items on the Primark website.

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