Boundary Mill is situated just off the motorway junction in Walsall. It is a vast, sprawling place, with clothes, some toiletries, homeware, underwear, books, a small M&S outlet and a cafe.
Boundary Mill can become very crowded, so my recommendation would be to visit early in the day and to avoid weekends if you are able (particularly in December and January). All of the items it carries are discounted, some significantly; for example I bought a pair of trousers reduced from £50 to £5.
On entering the store, there is a small selection of gift toiletries (Woods of Windsor and the like). To the right there is a separate area with lingerie, pjs and the like, next to the fitting rooms. Directly in front of you is a large expanse of discount clothing, some from lesser known brands, but also from Windsmoor, Precis and the like. Stock changes constantly, so this is not the place to come and browse then go away to think about it. If you like it, get your card out there and then.
There is a good range of outdoor clothing, and a very reasonably priced selection of eveningwear, particularly in January when all the party wear is in the sale as well as having the usual discount.
After the clothing section, there is a shoe store (Pavers), handbags and china, plus a small M&S outlet which stocks a reasonably large selection for its size (get your cheap undies here!).
The cafe is fairly basic, but well worth a stop off. I ususually come here with my MIL, and by the time we reach the cafe, we are normally desperate for some caffeine.
The queues to pay can be extensive, but there are plenty of little treats to browse while you are in the queue Staff are generally helpful, if a little hassled due to the volume of shoppers.
Sells a large selection of things with a Marks and Spencer outlet inside.
It has a large coffee shop.
Sells perfume, clothes, shoes, bed linen, household, bookd, gifts, luggage etc.
Free car parking
Situated just off Junction 10.
In my opinion this is the TK Max for senior citizens.
Ever changing range of clothes and home items there are definitely bargains to be had if you're willing to hunt and visit regularly. Easy access from the motorway (M6 J10)
An amazing huge complex that I only visited last weekend. They have some amazing bargains across a massive range of clothing from party dresses to specialized outdoor clothes. The main downstairs area is vast and has mostly clothes and the outdoor clothing lines. Go up a level via lift and you'll find a great homewares dept with glassware, pottery and figurines. There is also a bargain books dept and a kitchen and art department. The cafe is quite basic but was pretty busy even for a late Sunday afternoon. An amazing store that had some good bargains.
its an ok place you just have to be there at the right time, you can get some great deals if you look in the right places, they have some good clothes, house stuff, bedroom stuff etc. nice place
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