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Colourful buildings in a west Norfolk village

Shopping

From independent traders to well-known national retailers and department stores, the high streets of our west Norfolk towns makes for a pleasurable and fun shopping experience.

  • Wilko

    New Conduit Street, Vancouver Quarter

    A family owned firm after more than 80 years of trading, JK Wilkinson opened the first Wilko store on Charnwood Street, Leicester, in 1930.

  • Boots

    94-96 High Street, King’s Lynn

    With 2510 stores in the UK, Boots UK, the UK’s leading pharmacy led health and beauty retailer.

  • Beers of Europe

    Garage Lane, King’s Lynn

    Britain’s Biggest Beer shop with over 2000 different beers and 2500 wines and spirits from 80 countries, branded glassware home-brew equipment etc.

  • The Granary

    6 Beach Road, Snettisham

    You can always be sure of a warm welcome at The Granary Coffee Pot where you can browse in the craft shop and wonder upstairs to see the antiques, collectables, retro, vintage and more.

  • The Steiff Shop

    Garage Lane, Setchey

    Located next door to Beers of Europe is the largest Steiff shop in East Anglia. We have over 500+ different teddy bears/animals available in store.

  • The Warehouse Antiques & Collectables

    Garage Lane, Setchey, Kings Lynn

    The Warehouse Antiques and Collectables is the largest antique center in Norfolk, East Anglia. A family-run business opened in 2017, owned by Derek Clark and his family situated next door to their business of 21 years Beers of Europe.

  • Envy Hair

    23 Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn

    Envy is located at the very centre of King’s Lynn. A uniquely designed space that incorporates a relaxing and professional atmosphere. Our team is passionate about hair, so customer care and satisfaction is our priority.