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As one of the UK's largest furniture retailers Cousins Furniture Store in Birmingham, has everything you need to stylishly transform your home from the top to the bottom - all at affordable prices. Our Tyseley superstore is open 7 days a week for you...
770 Warwick Road
6 Marion Crescent, St Mary Cray
My husband and I are extremely pleased with our new kitchen with the courteous attention you and every memeber of your team showed us at all times. We are pleased both with the quality of the kitchen and the very reasonable price....
23 Nelson Road
Meet Bernard is an independently run clothes shop specifically focusing on quality leading men’s brands. For the past 6 years they’ve been constantly updating stock with the newest upcoming manufacturers, including Fred Perry,...
7 Nelson Road
Rococo in Greenwich is a lovely a store in Greenwich which has a wonderful range of flowers to suit all ocasions, the atmosphere in the store is very warm and friendly, you never feel rushed or pressured at all.
249 Woolwich Road
The Mirror shop is like one of those iconic shops in Greenwich, whenever you're driving towards the flyover you will see it and maybe take a sneaky peak at how the car looks when your driving. But the shop is actually quite nice...
9 Nelson Road
That just about sums up how I feel about this stunning shop. Joy is a chain, but I think this is the flagship store and it's nothing short of stunning. It's built into an old swimming...
1 Greenwich South Street
The title says it all really. If you're after good quality second-hand books in Greenwich, this is where you head. That's not to say that the other bookshops aren't brilliant (I've picked up some amazing things in Booktime) but...
9 Greenwich Square
OK, so the jewellery here isn't cheap. But it's lovely. And actually, you can pick up a very pretty bargain in here. You're paying for quality so if you're looking for silver, or even a bit of wedding bling, this is where you come...
25 Nelson Road
I've never ever bought anything from here, but that doesn't mean that I don't love it. It's the first shop in the world! How can you not love it?! It's a Greenwich institution, and it's a really special shop. I might just need a...
22 Greenwich Church Street
If you want to stand out from the crowd and value distinction over designer then Bullfrogs is the place to go, Ive been coming to this store for years and it never disappoints! The staff are warm and friendly with an eye for...
51 Greenwich Church Street
I mean that. I know we're meant to hate chain shops. Chains are bad, very very bad. But this one isn't and I kinda like it. They don't want to ship you in and out for a start. OK, so that's to get you to spend more money, but it's...
20 College Approach
I'll be honest, I'm not the target age for Belle. It caters more towards the other-thirties (or at least women who have an office to go to, rather than working at home), but that doesn't mean that the range isn't great. Think...
22 Royal Hill
Aaaah, Drings. One of Greenwich's most important shops. I know that sounds extreme, but it's really not. Local business, good food, jobs being created. This is what Greenwich needs, NOT another supermarket for convenience.And...
8 College Approach
I do like this shop (although it's recently moved around the corner to the outside of the market by the Admiral Hardy). It sells a range of items in printed fabrics. So you'll get cushions and lampshade and tea towels in the same...
66 Royal Hill
This is a very niche little shop. That doesn't mean I don't like it, but I tend to pop in when walking by, rather than making a special trip here. It's unlikely I'll ever buy a book about ships or battles and stuff, but I love old...
102 Greenwich South Street
Greenwich Guitars on Greenwich South Street cater for the guitar lovers out there, there is a very wide collection of guitars and the staff are very friendly, worth a visit if you accessories or instruments!
The 02 At The O2 Millenium Way, Drawdock Road
This shop tries to look all edgy and urban. It fails. It looks like someone hasn't bothered to finish it. But, the staff are friendly and helpful and finally got my iphone to download emails after I'd been sulking at it for...
277 Greenwich High Road
I have picked up some excellent books in here (forgive me if I'm wrong, but I believe more are publisher reject copies). But I've also gone in and found absolutely NOTHING I'd want to buy. And that's kinda why I like Booktime....
9 Greenwich Market
Hide All is a great little shop for high end luggage and handbag brands. The Radley range is super popular here, and whilst not everything is to my taste, they do stock the Lisa Stickley and I'm a huge fan of that (not that I can...
10 College Approach
I can't afford Johnny Rocket (he pops up in Selfridges, I can't afford many things that pop up in Selfridges), but I do like having a nosey. It's not my usual style, but it is expensive stuff. They focus on silver, in unique...