Intu Victoria Centre, is a shopping centre in Nottingham constructed between 1967 and 1972. Originally known simply as The Victoria Centre, it contains fashion and high street chain stores as well as cafes, restaurants, a health and fitness centre and the Nottingham Victoria bus station.
The Debbie Bryan Store is an award winning independent creative retailer who has an in-house design studio along with a creative space and a tea room as the cherry on top.
Debbie Bryan is Nottigham’s hidden jewels and one of the best examples of the historical legacy of the Lace Market. She specializes in British and International craftmanship and her own brand collections sit along with selectively picked handmade work of talented designers.
Hockley and The Lace Market are the oldest areas in the city. It makes up the creative quarter of the city and each exhibit their own charm and character. In 2019, they merge with independent culture and reveal the true spirit of the city.
The area is hip, happening and groovy. The once red brick warehouses and factories are now home to creative businesses, funky bars and a great selection of food stalls and restaurants.
The Exchange has been at the centre of Nottingham retailing for the past 85 years. It’s the city’s oldest shopping arcade. The centre now has around 17 exclusive stores offering designer labels in fashion, art, gifts and home goodies.
It has two good restaurants as well, for the foodie in every shopper.
The Exchange buildings were constructed between 1927 and 1929, making it Nottingham’s first shopping centre. The Prince of Wales was the one who inaugurated the centre back in 1929.
It’s situated on the entrance to the famous Exchange Arcade. Gauntleys is one of the oldest independent companies in the city.
Their range of over 300 whiskies include many specially selected malts from Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. They even hold a large range of private bottling.
The East Bridgford covers about 81,000ft2 of undercover shopping space.
Their principle is to aspire customers to feel comfortable around the environment they’ve created, in order for them to be able to shop for their gardens and homes. They even take pride in bringing out unusual and rare items, giving in to their motto, which is “point of difference.”