Fantastic stall on the Tuesday Market (the lady also has a website), which sells fashionable jewellery, accessories & hair bits & bobs for adults & children.
What to buy: European bracelets, bedas & charms, Hello Kitty items, hair accessories, handmade jewellery, scarves etc.
What to pay: 50p to £8.00 maximum!
Recently opened in the High St, this shop has a wealth of pastys, pizzas, melts and all kinds of mouthwatering goodies. I only discovered this shop in the last fortnight thanks to my pal Iffer buying me a pasty. Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuummy!
What to pay: If you want cheap and cheerless go to Sainsbury's.....if you want your belly filling choose The Cornish Pasty Company!
cheap and cheerful, staffed with a winning smile and endless patience, all Charity Shops offer a break from the mundane racks of similar High Street stores. Here you can browse Designer names alongside your mum's awful 70's loon pants, buy Harry Potter along with 50's Beanos and Dandys, and fight over the last pair of Brogues.
What to buy: men's, women's and children's clothes, bric-a-brac, books, kitchen and bathroom goods, foot and headwear, gloves and scarves, pots and pans, sheets and blankets, toys (children's not adult!).
What to pay: the goods are very competitive.....and the Red Cross Shop is cheapest of all...why? it is part of the Red Cross Centre...no rent...staffed by volunteers....no overheads...and No...I'm not on commission!!
A true taste of Africa, with all kinds of styles of braiding, extentions and varying cuts for men and women, cut and styled by African people.