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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.

  • No. Twenty 9 Beauty Salon

    29 Market Place, KING’S LYNN

    Relax, unwind and decompress in No. Twenty 9’s stunning beauty salon.

  • Sew on and Sew Forth

    20 Beach Terrace Road, Hunstanton

    A family business based in Hunstanton with an Aladdin’s cave of fabric, embroidery, printing, sewing machines, embroidery machines and quilting lessons!

  • 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.

  • The Tanning Studio

    21 – 22 Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn

    Welcome to the Tanning Studio King’s Lynn. We offer the largest selection of superior ergoline equipment locally, maintained to a high standard and all in a relaxed, friendly, professional atmosphere.

  • Jai Chemist

    65 High Street, King’s Lynn

    We are an independent business. In asddition to standard pharmacy services we stock gift items e.g. hairbrushes, shaving products, manicure sets etc.

  • The Garage Studio

    44 Docking Road, Ringstead

    The garage studio sells wonderful pieces from artists to fund the creation of Peddars Meadow in Ringstead, Norfolk.

  • Bircham Country Stores

    32 Lynn Road, Great Bircham

    Licensed café, deli and wine shop in pretty village of Great Bircham, near Anmer and Sandringham. Home-made dishes, cakes, pastries and meals, picnics available to order.

  • Shipshape Tackle

    7 Austin Fields, King’s Lynn

    Shipshape Tackle is a well stocked fishing tackle store supplying all leading brands such as Fox, Shimano, Preston, Korum, Avid, Daiwa, Korda, Nash, Shakespeare, Dynamite, in fact too many to list!

  • 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.

  • Creake Abbey Farmers Market

    Creake Abbey Farmers Market, Fakenham

    On the 1st Saturday of each month (excluding January) Creake Abbey hosts its award winning market.