Mall Culture, Reviews, Features & Nostalgia!

So, did we all survive the awesome Black Friday weekend? It seems like it was a huge success, give or take some minor glitches, with eager shoppers filling Malls to get all of the plentiful bargains. This year, things kicked off on the Thursday night; I remain in awe of the people out there who can...

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As you leave Shepherd’s Bush Station in London, you see no indication of the Mall but for a small sign saying ‘Westfield London’, with an arrow pointing you in the right direction. A minute’s walk later, you turn a corner and there It is. It is hard to comprehend the scale of this place from...

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Get out of the modern Reading Station, walk five minutes down the road and you are in the Oracle Shopping Centre. If you're not a train fan, there is plenty of parking behind the Mall, and then you get to go over a pretty be-flowered bridge to get to the main entrance. The Oracle was opened in 1999...

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The coastal English City of Southampton is the largest in Hampshire, and within it lies the 35th largest Mall in the United Kingdom. West Quay opened its doors in September, 2000 out of the ashes of the 2 Malls which preceded it: the Eaststreet Mall which ruled in the 70's, and the Bargate Centre wh...

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Basingstoke is a largish city in the South of England, popular due to it's short train journey to London, and at it's heart is a great shopping mall, lying just beside the main shopping street. The whole complex itself is comprised of a large outdoor (covered) area housing shops, restaurants and a f...

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