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4 reviews in English
Review from Qype User (Sonia…)
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- Qype User Sonia…
I really like going into this charity shop as all of the staff are always really chatty and friendly. I think it's a pleasant atmosphere. The shop is a little bit on the small side and as a result it tends to get a little bit overcrowded and messy. It can be difficult to make your way through the shop because of this but it's worth it because the staff are so friendly.
Review from rory f.
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Scope is everything a shitty charity shop should be. This place is dark and I saw a woman stripping to try on a dress. The clothes are all smashed together on racks.
They play bad 80's pop ( a definite plus) and sell a line of Scope Jewellery that is hideously tacky called Equality Range.
The good news is the clothes are not expensive and you can find the odd piece that works like a leather skirt in size 8 for 8 pounds.
It's enough to allow yourself the feeling of poverty for a minute. I have a paid double for these moments, as the paps have been harassing me.
Review from Hannah R.
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San Francisco, USA
This place was so shocking that I don't even have a story about it. I know, when don't have have some sort of ridiculous story to tell? It really must have been exciting, no?
Clearly i didn't feel to strongly about this place. If I were lifting weights, I'd lift the 2 kilos weights. Sometimes when I visit places I feel like I'd lift the 50 kilo weights, but not this time.
It was the usual charity shop. Things organized by size, alright for basics, no great vintage finds, no super exciting ballgowns or dancing teapots (which I've seen before, I swear. The Christmas windows at Printemps, Paris 2006. It was amazing).
Maybe someone will have better luck than me walking into this shop, you never know. In my professorial grade book of charity shops this get an average mark.
Review from Qype User (92sm06…)
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- Qype User 92sm06…
Friendly little charity shop on Camden High Street. The clothes can be a little bit disorganised, but they do try to keep them in categories. Great selection of new jewellery at bargain prices. Also sells other things like birthday (misc.) cards, shoes, toys. With a bit of a rumage it's possible to pick up some nice (and unusual) things.