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Reviews of Blunsdon Indoor Market, Blunsdon

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Review by samantha on 16th May, 2009

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We visited the Market and was suprised to see so many stores, Fruit Store at front was very good and we also visited the large store that sold craft and toys, and must say the lady was very polite and goods where of top quality and a lovely flower store where the lady was lovely and a pet store and card store that had everything you need. we enjoyed our visit and we will be back to those stores again, on the minus side a car boot was large and no spaces to park for the market and not well sign posted on the main road.

Date visited: 9th May 2009

Review by Myles Green on 9th August, 2007

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The car boot sale was jam packed on Sunday (notice stated FULL) therefore difficult to find a parking space anywhere near the market. Its a long walk to reach the Indoor Market, allocated disabled spaces are available close to the market, however appear to be used by everyone. While the car boot was jam packed with people, the indoor market have few visitors and was easy to explore. We had been surprised to find so many dvd/cd stalls in one market, however with the exception of one trader in the centre isle selling only new discs and very well displayed,the others offered second hand products which could be bought outside on the car boot at a fraction of the price. The book stall, flower stalls and few cloths stalls are worth a visit, otherwise the same goods on sale as at most markets and of course the fruit and veg always worth a look. Think this should either be a car boot or indoor market, or more car parking spaces provided for customers.

Date visited: 05/08/07

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