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England Shopping

  • Clothes and Shoes

    London Shopping

    Jermyn Street runs parallel to Picaddily and this is where gentlemen of distinction come to clothes shop. The writer Tom Pocock described Jermyn Street as the Carnaby Street for the older man. Shops are open seven days per week and you will find most of Englands major quality clothing retailers here. The street can be traced back to 1664 whe...

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  • Arndale Centre

    Manchester Shopping

    A very large shopping centre in the middle of Manchester,built in two phases in 1972 and 1979.The centre was then redeveloped after an IRA bomb attack in 1996 that damaged a several parts of the building.It has a floorspace of just under 1,500,000 sq ft and is connected to Selfridges and Marks and Spencer's via a link bridge,making it Europe's...

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  • Eldon Square shopping centre

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    This shopping centre is huge with so many shops under one roof. There are also shops outside as well [Primark, TK Maxx] . Many of the shops are larger than other branches throughout the country and carry different stock at times. Marks and Spencer, Fenwick, John Lewis, Debenham, New look, Topshop, River Island are among the clothing shops. Game and...

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  • Bull Ring

    Birmingham Shopping

    Birmingham’s bullring is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe. It is right in the heart of the city. There are over 140 shops including Debenhams and Selfridges. you can buy almost anything here.

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  • Shopping Areas

    Oxford Shopping

    Cornmarket Street, High Street, Queen Street and the surrounding area are Oxford's main shopping streets. Apart from the chains such as Gap, Mango, HMV, M&S, Curry's digital, Primark and so on, you can also find some local shops, especially on High Street. The area is very busy especially on Saturdays, but you are likely to find more or less...

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  • Harrods

    London Shopping

    Known as one of the world's premier store for high end items ….Harrods is a store that isn't for everyone … pricey isn't the word here …. it's out of control prices !!!!! It is fun to walk in and just browse though … the bottom floors have the food sections and fine wines and places to eat … I always enjoy walking around and seeing 20,000 pound...

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  • Trafford Center

    Manchester Shopping

    The Trafford Centre is a huge shopping centre and leisure complex located in Trafford, Manchester. The Trafford Centre is easily assessible by bus from Manchesters bus station (Shudehill) and other buses running from smaller towns outside of the city. The Trafford centre is famous for having one of the largest food courts in Europe called "The...

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  • Metrocentre

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    The Metrocentre shopping mall isn't technically in Newcastle but in Gateshead; however it is easy to visit from the city and many locals and tourists do just that, so I make no apologies for including a tip on it here as well as on my new Gateshead page. When it was built the Metro Centre was the biggest shopping mall in Europe. I think it was...

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  • Great Western Arcade

    Birmingham Shopping

    Great Western Arcade offers a different type of shopping, with a different mix of retailers. Set in a Victorian architecture with shopes ranging from small boutiques to the usual high street shops. You will find something in the Great Western Arcade to suit you.

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  • Markets

    Oxford Shopping

    Although I may have many pictures of the covered market, it doesn't do justice to this beautiful market and it's numerous types of shops at all. This is a great place to get anything that you would like to eat, from fish to bio meats, fruits and veggies, to many diffenrent types of restaurants or eating counters, to lovelly gift shops, jewellers...

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  • Camden Market

    London Shopping

    Just take the tube to Camden and turn right when you leave the station and start walking. You will soon find many souvenir shops that are much cheaper than Central London. Fridge magnets are available for a pound or six for a fiver. The same magnets are double price in central London. You can buy calanders, tea towels, ash trays, cups, and all the...

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  • Affleck's Palace

    Manchester Shopping

    Afflecks palace has been around for years and sells everything weird and wonderful. Afflecks palace is famous for its gothic or "mosher" clothing. There are stores selling vintage clothing, slogan t-shirts, tattoo parlours, body piercing and hair dressers. The lighting in Afflecks palace tends to be quite dull, I think this is to set the mood....

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  • Royal Quays Outlet Centre

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    We first came here many years ago when the centre had not long been open, and were a little disappointed, but put that down to the fact that so far only a few shops had moved into the complex. So this Easter we decided it was time to give the Royal Quays another chance. The location, not far from the North Sea ferry terminal, is not especially...

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  • Mailbox

    Birmingham Shopping

    The Mailbox has only a few shops but they are designers, you have an Armani shop, Harvey Nicholls Store, Toni & Guy Salons, Nicky Clarke Salons, Hugo Boss, DKNY, Belle Scarpe & much more. your designer clothes & 1 offs Here you can expect to pay more than your average shops as its all designers

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  • Souvenirs

    Oxford Shopping

    The Alice in Wonderland Shop was the Victorian sweet shop visited by Alice Liddell, the prototype for the character of Alice in Lewis Carroll's books. Shown in 'Through the Looking Glass', the shop now offers a wide range of Alice in Wonderland gifts. Personally, I preferred the gallery where you can find books on the subject, original prints and...

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  • Souvenirs

    London Shopping

    You may have heard of the Paddington Bear children's books by Michael Bond, which were also made into an animated TV series. This young bear, with a fondness for marmalade sandwiches was found at Paddington Station with a label saying 'Please look after this bear. Thank you' by the Brown family. He had been sent from 'darkest Peru' by his aunt...

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  • Triangle

    Manchester Shopping

    The Triangle is a grade II listed building in Exchange Square in the City Centre.Originally used as a corn exchange and previously named the Corn and Produce Exchange.Following the IRA bomb in 1996 it was renovated and is now a modern shopping mall.The present building stands on the site of an earlier structure built in 1837 trading from Hanging...

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  • Grainger Market

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    Although it has been recently refurbished, this market in the centre of town retains much the same character and range of stalls that it has held for years. It’s a good place to come for fresh fruit and vegetables, and there are several butchers selling locally produced meat from the farms of Northumberland. But in addition to these there are a...

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  • Shopping Centres

    Oxford Shopping

    Westgate Centre is a roofed shopping area containing a Department store, supermarket (Sainsbury's), and other shops. It runs from Queen Street by the Pblic Library to an exit in St. Ebbes, and an exit in Westgate Car Park. Sports goods, speciality chocolates, two cafes, a Whittards, Video Games, clothing, accessories, Optician & a Cookies & Ice...

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  • Department stores

    London Shopping

    This high class store opened in 1707. Fortnum and Mason have held a number of Royal Warrants to serve the royal households dating back over nearly 150 years. I enjoy to have a wander round this beautiful building and look at what is for sale and people watch the purchasers. The food items are popular as gifts; lots of tins and jars of...

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  • Primark

    Manchester Shopping

    Primark is impossible to miss. It's the most prominent shop in Piccadilly Gardens, and has a massive sign proclaiming its presence on the side of the building. A weekday trip into this shop will reveal the Mancunian masses. Don't even bother trying to shop here on the weekends unless you like a challenge. Here is where you'll see a lot of scallies...

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  • Central Arcade

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    This lovely Edwardian shopping arcade in the centre of the city makes a great contrast to the more modern shopping experience of the Eldon Square complex. It is located in the Central Exchange Building, which fills the triangle made by Grainger Street, Grey Street and Market Street. This building dates from 1906, when they were rebuilt following...

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  • Books

    Oxford Shopping

    In a town as academically inclined as Oxford, it is almost inevitable that there are going to be a lot of books around. This shop is a charity shop run by Oxfam, the world renowned charity. You may not know that the term Oxfam is actually a contraction of Oxford Famine Relief, as this is where the charity began. The shop itself, unlike many...

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  • Music, video, DVD's etc.

    London Shopping

    "It's only Rock 'n' Roll" is a memorabilia store for Rock 'n' Roll items, like T-shirts, records, mugs, posters, bags, wallets, keyrings, badges, photographs and autographs. Business Hours: Daily: 10AM - 6.30PM

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  • Northumberland Street

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    If you’re not keen on shopping malls there’s still plenty of choice on the streets of Newcastle. The main shopping street is probably Northumberland Street, which runs between the Haymarket and Monument Metro stations. Shops along here include H&M, Marks & Spencer, W H Smith, Next, HMV and many other well-known chains. There’s also one of...

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  • Food & Drink

    Oxford Shopping

    The Grog shop is a an Oxford favorite and is well known in these parts and beyond for having a wide range of beers ,wines and spirits from all over the world.Wether it be expensive French wines or speciality German beers there is something here for everyone who enjoys a good tipple. The shop was established in 1982. Opening times are 5-11pm all...

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  • Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields and Brick...

    London Shopping

    Spitalfields Maket is a larged covered area with shops and bar/restaurants at the sides. Market is held at the court area according the following schedule: Th: Antiques & vintage 10AM - 4PM Fr: Fashion & art 10AM - 4PM Su: Various 9AM - 5PM Business hours: -Shops: Daily: 11AM - 7PM -Restaurants: Mo-Fr: 9AM - 11PM Su: 9AM - 5PM Goto Part 2.

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  • Monument Mall

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    The Monument Area of Newcastle is the city's commerical center. There's tons of stores clustered around the tall Earl Grey Monument, named after the prime minister who championed the Great Reform Bill of 1832, which improved working conditions and was a large step towards greater democracy in England (and also had the famous tea named after...

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  • Clothes

    Oxford Shopping

    There is one piece of clothing that is strongly associated with the city - Oxford bags. These are rather volumous trousers that were favoured by the upper class twits being educated in the city between the wars. At the same time the boys in Cambridge succeded in spliting the atom...spot the difference. You can however buy youself an official...

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  • Portobello Market / Notting Hill

    London Shopping

    The Portobello Green Market is one of the markets in Portobello Road. a.k.a. The Westway. At Fridays and Saturdays there are new designers together with sellers of vintage. Sundays is for vintage and bric-a-brac. Business hours: Mo-Th: No market Fr: 8AM - 6:30PM Sa: 6AM - 6:30PM Su: 8AM - 6:30PM Whatever you like. Moderate prices

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  • Newcastle United club shops

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    As you walk round Newcastle you're bound to be struck by the large number of people (men and women, boys and girls) who wear the Newcastle United football strip. I'm not talking only about people on their way to a football match, but shopping on a Saturday morning, going to the pub on a Friday night, to church on a Sunday morning (yes, really!)...

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  • Supermarkets

    Oxford Shopping

    If you are like me, you arrive in a new place & need to know where the local supermarkets are in order to "stock up" In town there is a Sainsbury's at the Westgate Centre mall, and another on Magdalen Street between Debenhams and Borders On Cowley Road you'll find a Tesco, and another on the ring road where it crosses Cowley Junction near the car...

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  • Hamley´s

    London Shopping

    If you have kids you have to visit Hamleys. That's not just an encouragement, you may literally have no choice. As the world's biggest toy store it's a magnet for children. It's also a potentially harrowing and costly experience for parents, but that comes with the territory, right? When I took my two year old son there, as a reward for being so...

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  • The Back Page

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    This is a must-visit shop for any sports fan. It has an extensive range of books, all with a sporting theme, and many other sports-related items too. The focus is firstly on Newcastle United (inevitably!), secondly on football in general and thirdly on other sports. There is a large selection of old football programmes featuring most of the...

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  • Music

    Oxford Shopping

    This is where I head when I'm looking for that hard-to-find recording that nowhere else seems to have. I have to say that Blackwell's Music Shop is simply not what it used to be (is anything?). The shift from vinyl records to CDs has done it no favours. The premises are much reduced in size from what they were 25 years ago, it feels cramped where...

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  • Covent Garden / Jubilee Market

    London Shopping

    Brompton Bikes are famous across the world for their innovative design and the way in which the fold up making them ideal for commuters to take on trains and buses. Near to Covent Garden is their central London store where you can see the bikes and if you need repairs to one , take it here. Fascinating although I do not own a bike. As well as the...

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  • Tynemouth Station Market

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    Every Saturday morning (until about 3PM) Tynemouth station is transformed by the Market that nestles in this wonderfully restored Victorian station. Stalls range from toys to bric-a-brac, antiques, jewelery, food, cd's and what-not. There is also a stallholder who sells very high quality 'realistic' dolls that retail for up to a thousand pounds...

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  • Selfridges

    London Shopping

    We went into Selfridges again during our 2014 London trip. The Oxford St main entrance still have all the grandeur there always was. Entering the store in the perfume section and walking straight up to one of the best service desks in London. In the back of the department store it looks like Selfridges became a branch store. For instance the book...

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  • Kathmandu CLOSED

    Newcastle upon Tyne Shopping

    KATMANDU is a very trendy shop, or rather two shops really, not far from Grey's Monument (on the edge of the square that's right around the corner somewhere.....) - it offers interesting clothes (a little expensive maybe), shiny jewelry, hair colours, out-of-.the-ordinary candles and other home accessoirs (like the window thingy in the picture)....

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  • Jewellery and luxury goods

    London Shopping

    Describing itself as the 'world's best kept secret', The London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane are housed within a unique underground building that's home to over 30 silver dealers. Originally a safe-deposit premises, the Silver Vaults came into existence after WWII, fulfilling a need by local dealers for new premises because of major bomb damage...

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  • Other Markets

    London Shopping

    There is a very good food, plant and flower market in Ebury Street , SW1 on Saturday mornings. The market is at the junction of Pimlico Road and Ebury Street and had about 20 stalls. The goods on sale are of a high quality and prices match in this expensive area.

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  • Food and Drink

    London Shopping

    What I like about Neal’s yard shop it’s that I get to taste couple of cheese before I buy as it’s only recently I have started eating cheese and only the hard cheese but as my partner adores cheese we tend to go there regular. The staff are always friendly and professional and they have an excellent knowledge of their cheeses and were they came...

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  • Books

    London Shopping

    The Book Warehouse is a book shop with many titles at low prices. But the store also has some CD's, souvenirs and every day needs in stock at low prices. The Chain has shops at eight London locations: -120 Southampton Row - Holborn, London WC1B 5AB -158 Waterloo Road - Waterloo London SE1 8SB 020 -41 Strutton Ground - Victoria, London SW1P 2HY...

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  • Oxford Street

    London Shopping

    The Plaza is a covered shopping centre on Oxford Street. The mall is home to the following shops: Accessorize BB’s Coffee & Muffins Cards Galore Classic Color Color easyGym Games Workshop Heena Beauty High and Mighty KFC MBT Footwear Pizza Hut Express Spudulike Subway Supercuts Taza La Plaza The Perfume Shop The Post Office USC Waterstones WHSmith...

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  • Carnaby Street

    London Shopping

    Carnaby Street is an area well known for its boutiques and independent shops. It also has some high street shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. I especially love the chocolate emporium, Chocywokydoda, which is on Fouberts Place off Carnaby Street (You can read my tip here). Carnaby Street stands out for its coloured building and there is a lovely...

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