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Address: 2 Hans Road / Knightsbridge / London / England / SW3 1RX / Tel: 0845 076 5545
Location: The Urdang / The Old Finsbury Town Hall / Rosebery Avenue / London / EC1R 4RP
Type: DIY Shop
Brent Cross is bigger now, of course, as it was extended and refurbished in 1995, although its still very easy to get around. Its 110 stores and cafes compare favourably to the 75 shops with which it opened, although its good to see just how many of the original retailers are still in the centre. John Lewis, Fenwick, Marks & Spencer, Boots, WH Smith, Dixons, Mothercare, Russell & Bromley and Benetton are just some of the shops which have been at Brent Cross throughout.
Oxford Street, runs from Marble Arch (Marks and Spencer) via Selfridges and John Lewis to Oxford Circus and another large branch of Marks and Spencer. It is one of the most popular shopping streets containing most of the department stores that cater for the mid-market price range.
City streets, markets, shopping malls, large retail parks...
177 Tottenham Court Road - travel booking service
Market renowned for its selling of clothing and leather goods, it holds over 1,000 stalls on Sunday and is always packed with visitors. Location: Middlesex Street, London E1 and all surrounding streets and lanes. Open: Sundays only, 9am-2.30pm, smaller market Mon-Fri lunchtimes. Tube: Aldgate East/Aldgate/Liverpool Street.
The market offers an interesting mix of fruit and vegetables, clothes and household goods. Location: Cheshire Street and Sclater Street, London E1. Open: Sun, 8am-3pm. Tube: Shoreditch/Liverpool Street.
The Horner Building, Old Spitalfields Market, 105a Commercial Street, London E1 6BG.
Long Lane and Bermondsey St, SE1. Fridays 5am-noon. Specialises in antiques, paintings, silver and jewellery.
Covent Garden Market had its beginning in 1835 when a patent was issued to hold a "public fair or mart" in the area of Dundas and Ridout Streets. Today throughout the year, the Market offers a range of events on its public square and mezzanine, including music and theatre festivals and community events.
College Approach, Greenwich, SE10.
Store is located at 188-196 Regent Street, London W1 (nearest tube Oxford Circus).
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