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cod · 03/04/2005 15:31

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Newbarnsleygirl · 03/04/2005 15:42

Yeah, I went a couple of summers ago. I got a load of bargains. French Connection tops for £4 and a handbag for a fiver.

I did have a laugh in the Paul Smith shop though. They were selling a baby sleepsuit for £50! lol!

Tommy · 03/04/2005 16:02

Gap outlet is very useful for for DSs, M&S have "last seasons" stuff so if you can cope with being our of date, it's very good. Also have a Levis shop there and Cotton Traders. Can't remember what else there is but they do have a website
here which might help to persudae you. Personally, I always visit the Cadbury shop as well!

lou33 · 03/04/2005 16:26

i like it, it's about 40min drive from us

Bugsy2 · 05/04/2005 16:18

Went this time last year & enjoyed it. The M&S was dire but all the other shops had good stock at amazing prices. LK Bennett one was my fave. Best to get there early for parking though. I've driven by a few times & seen queues stretching back a long way.

littlerach · 05/04/2005 16:36

We went over the easter weekend, very busy but good shops. Also it is close to the quayside so you can take children to look at the bpoats and things.

Lara2 · 20/04/2005 23:30

Seem to spend my life there - just over the ferry from me. The shops are good - Clarks are good for kids shoes and the Nike and Addidas for trainers and sports stuff. Do like GAP - was very useful a while ago when DS2 got so engrossed in the film, he wet the seat. Made a quick dash to GAP to re-clothe him! Was very embarrassing telling the cinema staff though. Great eating places and they often have a French market which has the MOST delicious food.

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