The Gloucestershire market town of Cirencester has a thriving shopping area and the Cirencester Shopping website aims to promote shopping in Cirencester where you can find big high street names sitting alongside small independent retailers.
The likes of M.A.D.E. (Makers And Designers Emporium) in Silver Street, clothing store R. Scott & Co. in Castle Street, New Brewery Arts in Brewery Court and Jungle in Black Jack Street are representative of the the independent shops in Cirencester, while national shops include Rieker Shoes, Fat Face, Boots, White Stuff, Crew Clothing and Mountain Warehouse.
So whether you are looking for traditional high street names or local unique shops then Cirencester in the Cotswolds has it all.
The Corn Hall area is full of shops and well worth a visit is Sue Parkinson, Appellation Nation (Oeno wine) and Made By Bob. Also in the development is the Corn Hall itself which hosts regular craft fairs, food markets and the like. And just up the road you will find Jones Bootmakers and Crew Clothing.
Jesse Smith in Cirencester is the place to go for your Sunday joint, delicious sausages and yummy cheeses. And while you're in Black Jack Street stop by Drizzle Chocolate for a warming coffee or other hot drink and get your freshly ground coffee from Keith's.
In Swan Yard is the Decimal skate shop and LBs at Swan Yard (previously Swan Yard Cafe). And just through the archway in the old Post Office revelopment is Encore designer clothes agency, Lord barbers, Pashion and Joli Beau.
Market day in Cirencester
July - Bensons for Beds has closed and left its Market Place premises. Joules will be moving from it's current shop in the Market Place into the shop vacated by Bensons.
Ride 24/7 in The Woolmarket, just off Dyer Street) is an excellent independent bike shop full of lovely bikes and accessories. And it's not only the range of bikes that will impress - the personal service and expert advice is second to none. And Dyer Street is home to Marks & Spencer Foodhall and Parlane.
Art lovers can spend time looking around Cirencester art galleries and craft outlets. New Brewery Arts and Whitewall Gallery are among Cirencester's offerings.
Apple fans flock to the temple that is Western Computers in Cricklade Street to get their Apple fix! Cricklade Street is a hive of activity at the moment as Beaumont & Brown, Seasalt and Toro Lounge have opened outlets. Toni & Guy has also opened in Cricklade Street.
In Castle Street, which runs from the Market Place to Sheep Street, you will find big names such as WH Smith, White Stuff and Clarkes alongide local shops including R Scott & Co, Tidings (greetings cards), Concord Foto, Brocks (clothing) and Desssous Chics. Lloyds Bank can also be found in Castle Street.
So whether you are looking for boutiques in Cirencester, art in Cirencester, a gentleman's outfitter in Cirencester or mountain bikes in Cirencester, Cirencester Shopping is here to help!