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25/11/201025/11/2010 Paige AshburnerPaige Ashburner 22
Wonderful place to shop.
Well known shopping centre in
South West Wales.
Visit the Quadrant, where you
can shop till you drop under a
Swansea market boasts to be
the largest indoor market in
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Oxford StreetOxford Street
Very popular and attracts around
50,000 visitors a week.
Safe place as it’s away from main
Find top big name brands such as
Next, H&M, Marks and Spencer’s,
British home stores and Miss
Selfridge on Oxford Street.
This is also connected to the
Swansea market which boasts to
be the largest indoor market in
There are also some coffee places
you can stop and relax.
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Swansea MarketSwansea Market
The heart of Swansea, and is
home to over 100 stalls all
under one roof.
Loads of different varieties of
shops and you can find just
about anything, which
flowers and more
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The QuadrantThe Quadrant
Quite a few clothes shops, shoe
shops, a watch designer shop
which sells Rolex’s.
Boots and Debenhams are good
places to go if you’re looking to
buy makeup, hair dye, perfume
or facial care, they are more like
Republic which is situated
opposite WHS has lots of
designer brands which include
Soul Cal, Bench, GStar and
25/11/201025/11/2010 Paige AshburnerPaige Ashburner 66
I looked at some reviews for the shops in Swansea and it turns out that Primark has
got the best bargains for clothes.
River Island:River Island:
“This is a pretty 'snazzy’ (couldn’t
think of a more appropriate word,
sorry) fashion store. It has always
seemed to me that the clothes here
are very fashionable, modern and
unfortunately expensive. I’d probably
shop here if I could consistently afford
it. I can’t but I do like to go in here for
a browse every now and then
because one good thing about this
store is that its selection is constantly
changing so if you don’t like
something one month then there’ll
probably be something completely
different the next. The range is
generally very impressive and the
variety is excellent. Prices, obviously,
are a different topic all together”.
New Look:New Look:
“I think this store has a really
good selection of clothing
compared to the size of the
store. I do find NewLook loads
more expensive as it used to be.
But even so lovely clothes and
still good quality”.
“I disagree with some of the previous
reviews, yes it might not be as tidy as
some trendier clothes shops, but the
prices are far cheaper and the sheer
amount of stock is also much larger.
There are always plenty of checkouts
open when I’ve been there and if you
have to queue, then it’s only because
the store is so popular. Some things
are not great quality, but many things
I have bought there are as good as
many other places that charge 5
times as much. I wouldn’t expect the
same shopping experience in Burger
King as I would a fancy restaurant
and that is how I see Primark. I just
see it as a good store to get a
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Fold Down Lace Boot £29.99 £74.99 £34.99 £80
H&M Top Shop
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