Only when it is not available do you truly appreciate the impact it has.
This is one of the largest marks and sparks outside of London. It has everything from a large selection of foods, homewares, clothes and outdoor furniture!
What we need here is an equivalent type food store selection. Eating out is pricey in the UK so they have more eat at home choices and grocery prices are more competitive. M&S has some of the best eat at home foods you'll find.
Not super cheap as a result but you get what you pay for.
I heart M&S. There, I said it. I like the food, I like the shoes and I have swooned many a time in the home department. Also, the staff are generally fabulous.
My recent move means I'm only 15 minutes from the massive M&S in The Meadows, an out-of-town shopping area near Camberley. The Meadows has plenty of parking, a huge Tesco and a huge M&S.
It's one of the biggest M&S shops, and has plenty of space for all their main departments. Their home department is, as previously mentioned, swoonworthy, and their food department is massive. There's also plenty of tills throughout the floor so you don't have to queue for long.
Do your luxury shop herethen pop next door for the rest of your food shop from Tesco.
I love this store despite how huge it is inside, it has 2 levels. It is the 2nd maybe even the first largest in the Uk now I believe. I worked here for 6 years whilst it being my first job and a student and loved it. The staff were friendly then as colleagues as they are now ordinary staff.
It has loads of sections and brands other than M&S now offering a wider variety of choice. Targeting everyone now.
There is also a technology section now. M&S has grown over the years and is still very popular.
Everything is clearly labelled and reasonably priced up.
This store is situated in a convenient location. There is a Tesco store next to it and a Tesco petrol garage.
It is convenient just off the M3. There will be no issue parking and both Tesco and Marks have ample space. Also disabled are situated at the front of the store and are plenty of them too.
One of M&S's largest stores in UK. Out of main town of Camberley not far off junction 4 of M3. Need to pick your times to shop if you dislike crowds & going around in a conga! Car par is very big but at peak times not big enough!
On a recent visit towards the end of 2011, M&S had a special evening shopping for their card holders but it was clearly evident not enough staff available, wanted to buy but walked out with nothing! Only limited tills open, queues unbelievable.
This is a massive M&S with Homewares upstairs and clothing and food downstairs. The food hall is the biggest I have seen with some great choices and the alcohol section is quite large as well. Overall it is well laid out but it really is a big store so allow an hour or so to look around and it is next door to a massive Tesco Direct so worth a double trip!
I believe this is the third largest M&S in Europe it has everything you could possibly want from M&S! It has pentiful parking and huge Womenswear, Menswear, Childrens Wear, Homeware and Foodhall sections. Stay clear on sale days, but other than this, this M&S is a great pitstop for whatever you need, particularly with its later opening hours. It as an extensive range of clothing, with new items in stock all the time. My only slight criticism of this store is, they tend to always run out f the smaller sizes!! I don't really know why they don't order more smaller stock but hey!
lovely shop! everything they sell is in here and the reduced rail needs to be seen to be believed. -ts so huge i got lost
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