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High Street Shrewsbury

High Street is lined with an eclectic range of independents, from delis, stationery and clothing shops, to the desirable brands we know and love from Bang and Olufsen to House of Fraser.

With names including White Stuff, Sea Salt, Crew and Waterstones, and plenty of choice for a coffee stop along the way, it may take you a while to walk your way down.

High Street Shrewsbury
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Acoustic Boutique

Offering a range of leading brands, including Bang & Olufsen, Bose, Loewe, Ruark, Panasonic, Sennheiser, Lutron and Sonos, Acoustic Boutique provides audio visual and home a

Pandora's Box

Pandoras Box is located on the High Street. The offer watch repairs, key cutting and hardware.

The Blue Lemon

Jorg and Jenny Muschner are The Blue Lemon and they have been making soaps and skincare in the Midlands for over 6 years.

Rackhams - House Of Fraser

House of Fraser is the leading, national premium department store group in the UK and Ireland.

CSons Shrewsbury

CSons is a family-run cafe/restaurant, it is owned and run by four brothers that have a passion for food.

Peaberry

Peaberry' is an independent food led grand café bar located in the former Shearmans Hall Building in Milk Street, open every day where visitors, families, friends, and locals ca

Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf is a traditional pub, situated in an original half-timbered building on Shrewsbury High Street.

Waterstones

Waterstones is one of the UK's leading book retailers, providing customers with a wide choice, excellent value and expert advice from a knowledgeable and enthusiastic team.

Sarnies Of Shrewsbury

Sarnies of Shrewsbury is a family run business, serving traditional artisan foods to take away.

Write Here Ltd

Write Here! is full of surprises. Rumour has it that there's been a shop on this site for 800 years, and the present incarnation is Write Here!