Cirencester has a mix of shops that should cater for most people's needs, from small local retailers to large national chain stores.
The main shopping area centres around:
- Market Place (includes Crew Clothing, Cargo, House of Fraser (Rackhams) and Jones the Bootmaker)
- Dyer Street (includes Argos, Gardiner Haskins - previously Gardiner Homecentre, Marks & Spencer food outlet and Tattinger Marsh)
- Cricklade Street (includes Halfords, Boots, Mountain Warehouse, Burton and Dorothy Perkins and Western Computer Apple shop)
- Castle Street (includes R. Scott & Co, Concord Foto, WH Smith, White Stuff and Plum)
There is also a small covered shopping area called Bishops Walk with access to and from Cricklade Street.
Relative newcomers to Cirencester include Jones the Bootmaker, For You and Your Home and Octavia's Bookshop.
The catalogue shop Argos has a presence in Dyer Street. Gardiner Haskins has a large range of "white goods" such as washing machines and fridge freezers as well as selling DIY, gardening and home furnishing goods. Morrisons opened on Dyer Street in September 2013.
Womenswear is particularly well represented with many independent stores in the town together with established chains such as Seasalt, Dorothy Perkins, Crew Clothing and Fat Face.
Streamer Trading Cookshop is worth a visit, while House of Fraser, also in the Market Place, prides itself on being Cirencester's one and only department store.
Halfords, Boots and Goldsmiths are further examples of the type of store to be found in the town, while M.A.D.E. in Silver Street stocks a wealth of treasures sourced from over 250 of the best British designer makers and small independent British companies.
You will also find the major banks and building societies such as Barclays, Lloyds, HSBC, Halifax (HBOS), Nationwide, Nat West and Santander.
The Cirencester Charter Market can be found in the Market Place every Friday.
The Corn Hall redevelopment has brought new life with Made By Bob among the shops opening and the development of the old Post Office has created a new shopping area between Castle Street and Blank Jack Street.
Further Cirencester shopping information can be found on the Cirencester Shopping website.
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