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The Whitgift Shopping Centre, Croydon

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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2.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • This is the best shopping centre in the area. It is very easy too get too via public transport and by car. The shopping centre is massive with so many shops too go into. The only con is the prices of ...  read more »
  • One of the standard shopping centers, is located next to the pedestrian street, and I would even say hidden between storefronts of old shops. Within the standard set of famous clothing brands, mid-price stores cards, the big drugstore and baby. Toilet never found) and still very stuffy inside.
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  • We popped in to our local shopping centre it's still has most of what we like but it sadly needs make over asp which I've been informed Westfield is about to start its rebuild program after this Chris...  read more »
  • I would not come to this shopping centre out of choice. Because it is near by and pretty easy to access I come to Croydon to do a quick spot of shopping. Croydon is currently going through a revamp and will be host to the new Westfields Shopping Centre in a few years time. Croydon does really need the regeneration as many shops in the Whitgift Centre are closing. The change couldn't come sooner....
  • Once the best shopping centre in London, it has lost its place in the last 20 years and there are plans to rebuild in 2020. However it's not all bad. It is lively. There are many shops with bargains you won't see elsewhere. It is good for children in school holidays with large events being held. It is brilliant for public transport and easy to park also. One of the few centres with a Clad Olufson which is great. It has a good Waterstones. For coffee try Camden Coffee House on the first floor. At lunchtime try Sam's Malaysian restaurant. M&S and Boots are both very big stores.
  • Good range of shops. Plenty of seats. Good parking. Wheelchair/buggy access available. Fairly clean. Busy but not too packed.
  • A place to head to out of necessity rather than choice. The sooner they redevelop the better. A mix of High Street regular brands and independent cheap shops.
  • A lot of stores and you can find really good deals. Bought some amazing presents from here - it was a live saver sometimes. It's a bit like a maze, you can get lost very easily the first time you go and you'll have a hard time finding a map or some indications. Overall, a good place to go and do some shopping if you're in the area.
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