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Stratford Centre

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54a St. Johns C of E Church Broadway, London E15 1NG England
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therichastill wrote a review Dec 2020
Stevenage, United Kingdom1,268 contributions365 helpful votes
Stratford Railway Station has a shopping centre on either side of it. There is Westfield which is super fancy and a bit pricey or there is the Stratford Centre which is a much reasonably priced shopping centre. The Straford Centre has the bus station outside it as well as the railway station which has trains from East Anglia, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. It's also served by the Docklands Light Railway and the Central and Jubilee Lines. The shopping centre has a variety of shops, supermarkets, bank and eating places. As it is quite a decent sized place it is busy so try and stay safe and socially distanced.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Debbie S wrote a review Oct 2019
Braintree, United Kingdom311 contributions111 helpful votes
Wouldn’t shop here, literally walk through from the station to the pub! The place is usually packed with people looking for a bargain! It’s a lot more down market than Westfield! I’m no snob but it just doesn’t appeal to me. And there are so many homeless people that sleep here at night. Nothing at all against the homeless and at least it’s somewhere dry for them to sleep.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Scott wrote a review Aug 2019
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Stratford is absolutely dodge area, full up with homleses and prostitutes in the street especially nihgt time is horrible to walking araund, probably some drug dialer it will offering you joint or cocain,also a lot teenage gangs armored with knifes unfortunately police not doing them best to reduce this problems just walking around prethending this problems not exists , if you need them, them phone it will say they are busy on the moment, or if they pick up the phone they will send you someone after 2 hours or next day. So be bicarfule if you visit Stratford
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Date of experience: August 2019
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malcolmBarb wrote a review Jun 2019
Horley, United Kingdom26 contributions19 helpful votes
Fab place to have brekky in bowels of market,very good value,a real greasy spoon,more than one trere.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Geek Street Travels wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom201 contributions59 helpful votes
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Stratford Centre is the original shopping centre in Stratford and much smaller than the new and shiny Stratford Westfield. However, this place still has a great vibe and has kept the authentic east london experience. The centre hosts a number of high street stores and along the middle has market traders, selling fruit and veg and bargain clothes. There is a large centre in the middle that leads off to different areas of the town centre - North, East, South and West. Once stepping out of the shopping centre you are in the main Stratford Town which hosts a number of high street stores and has independent stalls. Along the side of the shopping centre is a Market Village - small stalls and fast food restaurants, and plenty of barbers shops - a great authentic experience of the east end of London - away from the high end of Stratford Westfield. We did a video walking through the shopping centre, showing the shops, fast food restaurants, and market area. You can find it on our YouTube channel, search YouTube for - Geek Street Travels and don’t forget to like and subscribe. Plus follow our travel pictures on Instagram, search Geekstreettravels.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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