High Street Update

The high street will be seeing lots of positive changes in the coming weeks.

The vacant lot left by Topps Tiles will be filled by a furniture retail store – Oakleys of Teddington will become the latest shop in this independent chain (currently in Cheam, Maidenhead and Stanmore). The shop will sell high quality bedroom furniture, lighting, mirrors and other decorative accessories. Their opening date is planned for early October.

Toy shop Play Inside Out will soon be moving to a new home just on the other side of the road next to Dollond & Aitchison. The new shop will be four times bigger than the old one, enabling much room for both stock and buggies! This empty space (formerly Apollo video rentals) has been a prominent vacant eye-sore for too long so it’s great news that these empty areas are being slowly being filled. Expect the new shop to be open in early November.

The Loft is the latest local shop now with a web offering so if you enjoy shopping here, you can now recommend the shop to friends who live further afield!

Currently you can browse ranges of furniture (including the popular Halo range), jewellery, dining items and gifts online.

Kindle wood-burning stoves showroom on Park Road will be opening on the 4th October. They will stock Kindle and Clearview Stoves – supplying & installing these high efficiency wood burners.

Currently based in Weybridge, Happy Potter Ceramics are aiming to be moved to Teddington (in place of Ambience) and open for business on the 16th of October – celebrating the day with an opening party and lots of special offers and freebies.

Ambience itself will be closing next Wednesday and until then will have items on sale – as much stock as possible will need to be sold before this closes down so pop in for bargains.

In the window display is now a tribute to the owner who sadly passed away earlier this year and thanks to the customers who shopped here over the years.

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  • 14th October 2010 at 14:59
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    I see that somebody is working on the former Petit Auberge site now, and has a licence application on show. Do you have any more information about the use?
    I also see that the former Restaurant Noel is about to open as a Pizza Restaurant.

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  • 14th October 2010 at 15:53
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    Hi Adam – thanks for the info. Currently awaiting more info about the Pizza Restaurant and wasn’t aware of anyone taking on the former Petit Auberge.

    I know another bistro was interested in opening here so perhaps this might be on the way.

    We’ll keep you updated if we hear anything.

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