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    Brighton Train Station Car Park: Car boot sale on sunday morning

    by elmasri Updated Jan 21, 2003
    Me doing a car boot sale

    This is the place to shop if you like second hand anything. The atmosphere is great, everyone's looking for bargains and when I say bargains I MEAN BARGAINS!

    What to buy: Here you can find virtually anything, from clothes, toys, books, watches, shoes, records, cds to the most unusual things. You can find furniture here too. It's absolutely amazing!

    What to pay: from 10p to £600. Private sellers sell anything from 10 pence to ... the most expensive thing I've seen there was a beautiful chaise long - really cool - for £600.

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    Western Road: Cheap buys

    by carmengloria Written Mar 15, 2006

    There are plenty of shops to buy from on Western road such as Primark and Topshop...plenty of discount /1 pound stores and further down food shops towards hove. So no need to saty inside the shopping centre.

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    Vegetarian Shoes: If you're a PETA person, you'll love this!

    by Julie1and2 Written Apr 4, 2007

    This shop is at the "lanes" in Brighton. The shoes are a little expensive, but they are made out of a synthetic, breathable fabric. No animals were harmed to make them...and they don't make you're feet all nasty and sweaty like pleather shoes!

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    north laine

    by iguana23 Written Mar 5, 2005

    Best area to shop in Brighton, the North Laine has everything.

    It's North Laine, because it was originally a 'laine':

    'The word Laine derives from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning 'loan' or 'lease' and was always the local word for these large open fields which covered the length and breadth of Britain until the Agrarian Revolution of the 18th and 19th Centuries.'

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    Chinese Supermarket (can not remember name): Chinese Supermarket

    by Designerartgirl Written May 29, 2005

    This is one of the few shops in brighton where you can actually buy asian cusine which you cant find in a regular supermarket. I was surprised to see things like "maggi" and stirfry sauces and things which id known in malaysia.. :) a joy to have in brighton.

    They also sell, miniture chillies, and lots of them as well... i think a pack of like 100 chillies is like £1 or something...

    What to buy: asian bits and bobs!

    What to pay: depends what u want to buy.

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  • Gunns Flowers: Buying the best flowers

    by clipboard Written Sep 1, 2005

    Gunns flowers has the most freiendly atmosphere and you get what you pay for! They have bunches outside or will make you up a bouquet for whatever price. They also deliver, we ordered one bouquet for a birthday and spent £35 and it couldn't fit through the door! Perfect!

    What to pay: Spend anything you like

    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Family Travel

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    by daryll Written Sep 3, 2005
    High & Mighty

    I never knew there is such a shop specifically for the giants where you can almost find anything from clothes to accessories specially made for the high & mighty (extraordinary big). Im not suprise if any of the professional basketball player from the NBA such Michael Jordan come to this shop.

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    by Gili_S Updated Jan 8, 2008

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    Cook is a special food store, I never saw such before, lots of unique recipes, all frozen food, it is all ready for you just to take home and cook it

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  • Villa and Hut: Retail Therapy

    by Mariajoy Updated Feb 16, 2006

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    Nice place in Brighton selling all kinds of 'ethnic' style home furnishings. I just looked but didn't buy.

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    Shopping Pedestrian Street

    by Gili_S Written Dec 26, 2007

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    The are few very narrow pedestrian streets where you can do your shopping, clothing, shoes household items, electronics etc. Few nice cafes around as well.

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    A women store

    by Gili_S Written Dec 26, 2007

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    This is a women store, means, just for women, men cannot go inside to this store on their own, but they can accompany women ;-)

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  • Primark: Buy cheap clothes

    by bigben11 Written Apr 10, 2013

    You can buy at Primark cheap clothes, shoes and accessories for women, men and children.

    What to buy: Animal socks

    What to pay: The animal socks cost 3 pound.

    Related to:
    • School Holidays
    • Study Abroad
    • Women's Travel

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    All the Shops in the Lanes: Some Alternative Shopping

    by cleocat Written Oct 7, 2013

    The Lanes are a popular area of Brighton. The shops are bright and different. Clothes, shoes, antiques, beads and anything else you can think off. Browse or spend but enjoy the adventure.

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    Shells: Sea shells at the Boulevard

    by martin_nl Written Jul 31, 2005
    A part of the shell stall on the boulevard

    Along the boulevard you will find a few shopping stalls. This stall selling lots of seashells and seastars was particularly nice. It would be nice to decorate your bathroom with or something.

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    Rounder Records: Record Shopping

    by biggeorge Written Mar 29, 2004
    The Ordinary Boys

    Best record shop in Brighton , also best place to find out what's going on the town, not the cheapest but better than giving Richard Branson any more money.

    What to buy: Records -CD's

    What to pay: About ?12 per CD.

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