Camberley in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... sports wear, shoes, underwear, perfume, entertainment and much more. There are also more shops on the outside of the shopping centre, along the highstreet, including Burger King, Subway and a few pubs and clubs. There is also a couple of clothing stores and a newsagents, along with a couple of banks. There is also a second shopping and entertainment complex in Camberley that has recently been built, known as the Atrium. Inside the Atrium is a Vue Cinema, a bowling alley, Lidl, Frankie and Bennys, The Real China, and much more. Both shopping areas have their own multi-story car park, so parking is always easy enough and the prices for ... more
Customer Camberley in general Reviews (5)
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 177 readings)
Camberley is a general sized town located in Surrey and is easily accesible from the A30 and the M3. Surrounding towns include Sandhurst, Frimley, Yateley and Bracknell. Camberley has a shopping centre called the Mall, and it is quite a big shopping centre, spread out in four directions, one on level. It has stores within it like Primark, La Senza, Birthdays, Boots, Waterstones and Game. There is also many other stores covering things from books, clothes for men, women and kids, games, sports wear, shoes, underwear, perfume, entertainment and much more. There are also more shops on the outside of the shopping centre, along the highstreet, including ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 337 readings)
I have not lived in the South for very long, just under 2.5 years in total but I have developed a bit of a soft spot for shopping in Camberley! I moved here originally after University as this is where my partner is from and the area is particularly good for commuting, especially into London. We actually live outside of Camberley, in Hampshire. Like the other reviewers I find property prices in Camberley to be higher, all because you have crossed that line into Surrey. For a small town, Camberley has quite a good shopping centre, spurred on by the close proximity of places like Reading, Guildford, Basingstoke and, of course, London. You will find all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/05, updated on 21/12/05 (Useful, 589 readings)
Ok, i live in Camberley, but havent been here all my life, only 4 years. Camberley is a nice town, it has everything you need. Shopping, bars, restuarants, school, colleges, parks, huge marks adn spencers and tesco super stores, etc Camberley is located along the A30 inbetween blackwater and Ascot. the air is clean, the sun is always shining. Countrys close are berkshire and hampshire(actualy they all meet up in camberely) The local school collingwood college is a very good one, I did Last year of GSCE adn did alevels theres. They offer a wide range of subjects. the only disadvantage is the 2500+ students, can make life difficult when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/02, updated on 17/06/03 (Somewhat useful, 2148 readings)
Blackbushe market is a must and is run at Blackbushe Airport every Sunday. It is quite cheap to get in - two adults for 50p!. The market usually runs from the morning to about 2pm. The market has commonly the following stalls, clothing, catalogue returns, music stands with popular chart cd's around £9:99, videos (£5) and DVD stalls, housewares, pots pans, buckets, claening materials, stereos, mobile phones (including covers, unblocking and accesories) Car stereos and ancillary equipment (amplifiers, speakers, bass boxes/tubes) pictures and frames, jewelry, fabric, Computer games (mostly PS1/PS2 some PC, fruit and veg, fresh meat, plants, and books. The site is also Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/02, updated on 18/02/02 (Very useful, 4455 readings)
It wasn't my choice to come and live in Camberley. I was born in the beautiful Essex village of Theydon Bois. I grew up with Epping Forest on my doorstep and surrounded by farms. Theydon Bois was then a friendly rural community despite the fact that it is connected to London via the Central Line. Although it was already becoming something of a commuter dormitory it still was a place where everyone knew everyone. At the end of the Sixties I moved away from home. I moved to Liverpool with a change of job. The change could not have been more dramatic. Liverpool was then going through some bad times. Always a vibrant city, over the next 25 ... Read the complete review
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