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Running Head 69 Retail therapy 69


RETAIL THERAPY


With an eclectic mix of specialist shops and big high street names, in a charming and historic setting, the town is a popular destination with all kinds of shoppers. There are many independent, locally owned boutiques in Dartmouth such as Sally Brown (Union Street), Jack Speak (Lower Street), House of Hawkins and Starburst (Foss Street) that are just ‘not on the high street’ in any other area of the UK, all selling items that make Dartmouth shopping that extra bit special. Riverside Fashions (South Embankment) has a wide selection of shoes and outdoor clothing.


Whether it’s a gift, homeware, art, memorabilia or a special item of clothing that you’re looking for, you’re guaranteed to find it in Dartmouth. What sets Dartmouth shopping apart from other towns, is its art and crafts culture. With the wonderful scenery surrounding the town, it’s not hard to appreciate why Dartmouth has an array of beautiful art galleries, where you can find one of a kind, inspirational artwork to


take back home – a little piece of Dartmouth! In particular, check out Dart Gallery and White Sails (Lower Street) and Simon Drew and Baxters (Foss Street).


Spend time in Foss Street, the oldest street in Dartmouth and browse the wonderful galleries and boutique shops amongst the beautiful architecture. The Old Market Square includes a unique range of specialist shops (and regular artisan markets) and around the Quay and along Fairfax Place, Duke Street and Victoria Road are some of the popular clothing and outdoor high street chains such as Seasalt, Crew Clothing, Mountain Warehouse, Fat Face etc. Don’t forget to wander along Lower Street towards Bayards Cove and the Lower Ferry where you will find interesting shops, art galleries and cafés.


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