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An attractive shopping centre with small independent shops and a café which makes a pleasant change from the two large Shrewsbury shopping centres which are almost entirely filled by national chain stores. The shops include a stamp dealer, a record store and a bookshop, plus...More
Four of us went to The Parade shopping arcade as the ladies were told of a shop selling Japanese groceries. A couple of shops along we called in to the River view cafe for coffee. A very pleasant young man greeted us and showed us...More
Hidden away in The Parade is this perfect café - The River View Cafe. It was quiet and empty which suited us perfectly. There was plenty of food and drinks on offer. I had apple juice, and they produced a huge glass which beats the...More
Whenever we're visiting Shrewsbury we always head for The Parade so that we can enjoy a leisurely light lunch at The River View Cafe. Although a small cafe it is so welcoming and the food and coffee is excellent. Homemade food at its best! Well...More
Staying in the area, we walked through on our way back to the Premier Inn down by the river.
Nice mix of history in the area.
Lots of interesting shops, though most were closed when we passed through in early evening.
First time of coming to Shrewsbury! We went to this shopping centre as they were having a mad hatters tea party and lots of things to do. Can say we stayed from start to finish, it was fantastic.
Shopping centre was lovely, nice enviroment, clean...More
This parade is in the former Shrewsbury hospital which a lot of us visited in the 1950s. You will find it behind St Mary's Church in the centre of town. My husband was very taken with the gents outfitters which covers several units. Also there,...More
A wide-ranging eclectic mix of small traders in the old Shrewsbury Hospital arranged over two floors with heavy architectural references to the old hospital and finished to a high standard – including the public toilets. The small cafe is worth a visit. Not necessarily easy...More