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PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:28 Mon Oct 21
What is thriving on your high street?
If got a spare floor in a shop with its own entrance and window - furnish me with your ideas for it.

Traditional retail is struggling but unique and experience shopping ideas are doing well.

What are you seeing thriving on the high street where you are? Let me know and I’ll rip it off.

The best idea gets a 1% discount on all purchases for 1 day.

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boleyn8420 4:42 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Last time I was in Brighton I couldn't believe how many barbers/gents hairderssing shops there were. Almost one every 8 or 9 shops. Then I walked past one to go and get some groceries. The waft of hash and youngsters scarfing pills gave me a slight inkling as to how they get by. Thought they all looked a bit too fucking busy. Interesting high street though

AKA ERNIE 4:07 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
mostly coffee bars
wine bars
Delis and posh food places where they charge you £15 for a burger

riosleftsock 3:50 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
o1bb

Our one does records too. They can be a bit pricy sometimes.

I also use the St Clare Hospice shop which has some really unusual stuff in it and is really cheap, they also do a fantastic job.

Gavros 3:47 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Chicken shops
Off licences
Bookies
Barbers

must be 80% of my local high street.

only1billybonds 3:41 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Henley*

only1billybonds 3:39 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
rios.

There is an Oxfam books and records only shop in Henly. It's like a library and i always pop in when the mrs and me pop over that way.

the last eastender 3:22 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Johnson 10.41
Cheap low dig, whats up you not getting any you flaccid, impotent incel?

the last eastender 3:21 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Northern sold

In Rochford? Has the plague reached Rochford?

riosleftsock 1:25 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Waitrose
Starbucks
Costa
Fatface
Crew
Around 10 charity shops (1 of which is Oxfam books only and is excellent)
Very old independent gentlemen's outfitters
2 independent butchers (1 of who owns their own livestock)
Well established twice weekly market
Harts Books (excellent independent bookshop)
WHSmith (dying)
Many restaurants
1 kebab shop
2 fish and chip (1 old school, 1 Turkish)
Probably about 10 barbers (1 turk)
8 pubs (incl 1 spoons)
Chocolate shop
Very old independent furniture and fittings shop
Very old antique store
Several nick-nack shops
Jewellers
A few indie clothes shop
Games shop
Toy shop
Sweet shop
Tea Rooms (two or three)
Adnams shop
Indian post office and mini-mart

Probably a few more

Block 1:12 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Drug dealers

arsegrapes 12:25 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
My local butcher put his meat up two coppers, didn’t last long after that.

JLAP 12:03 Thu Oct 24
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Hairdressers, loads of them, fuck knows how they all do business tbh..

REALGSA 8:00 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
All depends on location tho?

In this market people want a shop like that for cheap rent to pay the business rates and bills.

The rates in some shit areas are a killer! more than the rent

crystal falace 11:51 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Oh and shit loads of barber shops

crystal falace 11:50 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Coffee places, Bars/food, Vape stores are the only places that seem to be opening and staying open that arent huge chain places like M&S

, 11:42 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Chigwell, I have seen some dogs doing yoga.

BRANDED 11:33 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
What kind of Yoga do you have in Chigwell?



Chiswick Hammer

Chigwell 11:08 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Dog yoga? You must live in Chiswick or somewhere like that?

BRANDED 10:36 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
exercise is also big in mine
Yoga
Hot yoga
Cycle training
Dog yoga
Mini gyms
Boxing
Martial arts

Cabbage Savage 10:32 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Cabbiges shop. Vodka shop.

my left foot 10:14 Wed Oct 23
Re: What is thriving on your high street?
Charity shops, paying no rent, innit. quick buck pop up shops, beauty and hairdressers galore.

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