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tomorrow. In a shop that wouldn't cease trading for the apocalypse, there's no such thing as a downturn, and having a monopoly on Falkirk's quirky gift market has seen it stay continually…
The Forge shopping centre is a fair size and expands quite a lot considering there has been 2 additional phases added over the years. The only issue with the other 2 phases is they can be
sometimes ,tells you one price then its completely different at checkout, although to be fair it has been in my favour a few times, got 2 £50 quid kitchen worktops for £7 each one time as
Always obliging and fair to trade with NOT like Brendans old Faither ha ha There was noboby like BERT ! Kindest regards, Graeme Macklin.
Elsewhere, they have food shops, stalls specialising in the sort of goods that you see on Shopping Channels, although sold with much more charm and at a lower price. It is one of the last
is the number one coffee joint in this area and a supplier of some of the tastiest bread on offer in this fair city. A definite organic, fair trade, free range guilt free thumbs up from me.
nursing a hang-over or at times still under the influence of alcohol. Her attitude has suceeded in driving away the vast majority of regulars, many of whom had been frequenting the Tap Shop
and ice cream shops to west. Free entry with Historic Scotland pass.
My challenge of 100 reviews over the course of 2013!
A great big list o' charity shops in our fair city.
Glasgow's vintage addiction!
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