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Clothes Shops, Shoe Shops, Fashion and Bargains in Feltham, Middlesex*

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  • The Town centre has a good range of shops
  • You can actually shop for clothes in Feltham now, Although I miss the old market.
  • You can actually shop now in Feltham, Although I do miss the old market.
  • You can actually shop now in Feltham, Although I do miss the old market.
  • Peacocks where all the kids are kitted out.
  • There is a few in Feltham now, A half decent sport shop.
  • ASDA, Next, Matalan, Brantano, Peacocks, Dorothy Perkins and New Look
  • Asdas and Next , Sports Direct well we are spoilt for choice now ......
  • Pigeons in The Centre has been an excellent family shoe shop for over thirty years in the town and offers expert fitting and advice on K Shoes and other Clarks brands. Here's hoping they survive the onslaught by Shoe Zone next door, Brantano, Asda, Matalan, Peacock and Next. Otherwise, for traditional menswear shops and tailoring, best try Laurie Maskell in The Avenue, Sunbury (about 3 miles away).
  • New Look Wow , It is long over due .Thanks we love it..
  • Best to go to Hounslow or Kingston, but may change when new stores open in the new Feltham town centre.
  • Tesco's is not to bad to buy clothes from reasonable priced and ok quality, and not to far to travel.
  • currently only Dorothy Perkins, but that is all about to change with the redevolpment of the centre, New Look, Brantano and ASDA have already booked thier units.
  • There was a Peacocks but it has been demolished. If you are a lady though, Dorothy Perkins still have a branch on the High Street (mystifying to how it has stayed open, but welcome all the same)
  • Oxfam. Mendap, cancer research and Tesco,s
  • You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs! It's true Feltham hasn't had a decent clothes shop for blokes for years- although in recent times Peacocks tried hard to offer a range of good value stuff. All this looks set to change when the new Longford Shopping Centre (which will finally replace the little-mourned sixties town centre) is completed as key retailers moving in include Brantano and Matalan, as well as good old George at Asda. Meantime, Hounslow, Staines and Kingston- all easily accessible by bus- are the choices for locals though the Tesco Extra hypermarket on the Fagg's Road (built on the old ship testing station site where many important marine developments took place) has a reasonable selection of basics for both adults and kids.
  • there is a cheap reject clothes shop but i've never been in and i never will! i've never bought a piece of clothing in feltham in my life. the last time tescos started doing some half decent clothes it was reported over half of them were stolen from the store... suprise!
  • If you like Fosters or Mr Byrites clothing, you'll probably find something suitable. Feltham does not attract the kind of shops where the customers are actually expected to pay for things...
  • Peacocks?? Charity shops galore!
  • Chartiy shops only...
  • Hmm, not really worth mentioning, but there's Peacocks, Dorothy Perkins, Tesco,and some charity shops. Not exactly haute couture.
  • tesco,connections,peacocks, but we mostly go out of the area to shop
  • Mostly Second Hand stuff in the charity shops or bri-nylon stuff from Peacocks and Tesco home and wear, come back John Collier, al is forgiven!.
  • Bedfont Has Kit Selection, which is possibly the best football shop in the country, loads of stock and realy helpful staff. Though note, football stuff it to be worn when playing football. Unfortunatley most of Feltham's residents think a Kappa tracksuit constitutes satisfatory everyday wear when complimenting reebok classics, a hacket polo shirt and some large rings...Wrong-diddly-wrong.
  • Dorothy Perkins mmmmmmmmmmmm.........
  • Dorothy Perkins clings on like grim death to its high street spot. How it actually manages to make any profit is beyond the comprehension of mere mortals.
  • There are a few dotted down Feltham high street, but only the most un-fashion conscious loon would consider shopping there.
  • A couple of charity stores. The last clothes shop (Fosters) shut down a couple of years ago.
  • Nothing exciting

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Last updated: 2011-02-12

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