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Get Smart 11

4/7 Milkhope Centre
Nr Seaton Burn
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
NE13 6DA
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Get Smart was started in 1994 by Caroline Renwick at the Milkhope Centre, Blagdon, Nr. Seaton Burn. Her aim over the last 12 years has been to produce for her customers, verstile, comfortable, wearable and affordable Casual Clothes. The variety of brands to be found at Get Smart is why people travel from all over the north-east, and further afield. They know they will find clothes that fit them, and clothes for the appropriate season. Sizes stocked are from a 10-24. The shop is spacious, with easy access to changing rooms with plenty of daylight, so that the true colours can be seen. Situated in the Northumbrian countryside, there is plenty of free and easy parking at the Milkhope Centre. Amongst the other businesses to be found there is the Blagdon Farm Shop and Milkhope Coffee Shop. The Centre is open 7 days a week

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