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Will the last retailer in Croydon please turn the lights out!

What a vibrant, busy town centre, Croydon of my youth used to be!

Now it's filled with so many temporary retailers seemingly trying to offload redundant stock, that it's turning off those shoppers who have the money to spend, but don't! The big names have deserted the high street and it's become a pale shadow of the prosperous place it used to be.

I hear the big plans for the Whitgift Centre, which have been on/off for longer than I care to remember, now seem to be completely dead in the water.

It's heartbreaking when you think of the size of population in South London and the hive of activity that used to be attracted to the centre of Croydon.
It's been failed be successive councils & developers, and now no one seems to want to venture there. Everyone I know avoids it like the plague. A crying shame
Happening to every high street whilst out of town stores with free parking seem to be doing well
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Will the last retailer in Croydon please turn the lights out!

What a vibrant, busy town centre, Croydon of my youth used to be!

Now it's filled with so many temporary retailers seemingly trying to offload redundant stock, that it's turning off those shoppers who have the money to spend, but don't! The big names have deserted the high street and it's become a pale shadow of the prosperous place it used to be.

I hear the big plans for the Whitgift Centre, which have been on/off for longer than I care to remember, now seem to be completely dead in the water.

It's heartbreaking when you think of the size of population in South London and the hive of activity that used to be attracted to the centre of Croydon.
It's been failed be successive councils & developers, and now no one seems to want to venture there. Everyone I know avoids it like the plague. A crying shame
The bastards on our council have just agreed a new development for our 6th supermarket in Newport. Along with a wikes and a drive through Mac Donaldís . They state that they expect only a 4% reduction in footfall in the high street. I think this is the last nail for the poor buggers. Stupid ****s
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Will the last retailer in Croydon please turn the lights out!

What a vibrant, busy town centre, Croydon of my youth used to be!

Now it's filled with so many temporary retailers seemingly trying to offload redundant stock, that it's turning off those shoppers who have the money to spend, but don't! The big names have deserted the high street and it's become a pale shadow of the prosperous place it used to be.

I hear the big plans for the Whitgift Centre, which have been on/off for longer than I care to remember, now seem to be completely dead in the water.

It's heartbreaking when you think of the size of population in South London and the hive of activity that used to be attracted to the centre of Croydon.
It's been failed be successive councils & developers, and now no one seems to want to venture there. Everyone I know avoids it like the plague. A crying shame
The decline of Croydon is a topic for a separate thread really, but I never go there to shop because it's so horrible and lacking in decent shops. And as a Croydonian born and bred that makes me sad - the town of my youth (though ugly) at least was busy and seemed prosperous. Now it feels like it's dying.
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Happening to every high street whilst out of town stores with free parking seem to be doing well
I haven't got the numbers handy and a quick google didn't turn them up but the reports I read on this said that the big out-of-town places had a larger fall in visits than the High St.
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Will the last retailer in Croydon please turn the lights out!

What a vibrant, busy town centre, Croydon of my youth used to be!

Now it's filled with so many temporary retailers seemingly trying to offload redundant stock, that it's turning off those shoppers who have the money to spend, but don't! The big names have deserted the high street and it's become a pale shadow of the prosperous place it used to be.

I hear the big plans for the Whitgift Centre, which have been on/off for longer than I care to remember, now seem to be completely dead in the water.

It's heartbreaking when you think of the size of population in South London and the hive of activity that used to be attracted to the centre of Croydon.
It's been failed be successive councils & developers, and now no one seems to want to venture there. Everyone I know avoids it like the plague. A crying shame
Croydon will rise from the depths of despair. The huge number of housing blocks that are being built around the town or are still planned in the future is phenomenal.
The Council having controversially refurbished the Fairfield Halls but then using a future development on College Green to help fund it.
Therefore, shops undispersed with cafes, restaurants, and leisure facilities will be the way forwards to cater for the non 9-5 world that is today going forwards.

It might take a change of Council to do it but Croydon is to big to be without a major centre especially as there will so many people living within it shortly!
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Towns often look at their most ugly during the period of mass new construction. Croydon, Nine Elms etc. Once many of the residential developments in central Croydon are complete then the commerce will follow.
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Happening to every high street whilst out of town stores with free parking seem to be doing well
Happening to many, but not to 'every' from what I've heard.
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And thereís another story!
Iíve been there twice since the re-opening.
For all the tens of millions spent on it, it looks like theyíve just given it a lick of paint. Iím sure theyíve made improvements behind the scenes, but youíd expect new seats for all the expense.

They said they needed to upgrade it to attract the top talent back to the Fairfield, but when you look on the calendar of events, itís littered with tribune bands that are never going to fill an auditorium of that size. Of the two events I attended, one was not even half full and the other barely two hundred people turned up.

They seriously need to book more popular/prominent artists who can fill the concert hall and the advertising/marketing needs looking at with some urgency. How many people really know that itís re-opened and whatís coming up?
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Purely from personal experience I’d say go outdoors. Visited them two months ago to get some fly fishing leaders most of the racks were empty. Visited again today the shelves were even more sparsely stocked. They are woeful. Will have to pop to sportfish Reading now.
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And thereís another story!
Iíve been there twice since the re-opening.
For all the tens of millions spent on it, it looks like theyíve just given it a lick of paint. Iím sure theyíve made improvements behind the scenes, but youíd expect new seats for all the expense.

They said they needed to upgrade it to attract the top talent back to the Fairfield, but when you look on the calendar of events, itís littered with tribune bands that are never going to fill an auditorium of that size. Of the two events I attended, one was not even half full and the other barely two hundred people turned up.

They seriously need to book more popular/prominent artists who can fill the concert hall and the advertising/marketing needs looking at with some urgency. How many people really know that itís re-opened and whatís coming up?

Take a look at some of the acts appearing at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, Which had a makeover a little while ago and is much smaller than Fairfield Halls.

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I don't think Bonmarche appealed to older age group more than many other similar stores (e.g. Marks and Spencer).
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Purely from personal experience Iíd say go outdoors. Visited them two months ago to get some fly fishing leaders most of the racks were empty. Visited again today the shelves were even more sparsely stocked. They are woeful. Will have to pop to sportfish Reading now.
Why not give the tackle shop in Christchurch a call? They stock fly gear and would no doubt give you a 10% discount if you mentioned you support Palace.
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Are there that many though for the older generation?. M&S who else?.
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Why not give the tackle shop in Christchurch a call? They stock fly gear and would no doubt give you a 10% discount if you mentioned you support Palace.
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