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With a wide selection of family run shops with personal service, Shoreham has a lot to offer the visitor for a small town.
Shopping in Shoreham contains quite a few interesting specialist shops and this has always been the case over the last half century and is even better today. There are plenty of places to eat out, but very few restaurants with a view over the river.
The main shopping area used to be centred on the High Street, but has now moved around towards the Railway Station.
All areas are in comfortable walking distance of each other and public transport routes by buses and trains
The main in-town
supermarket is Somerfield (locals may call it by its old name of Key Markets)
has relocated to Ham Road (2 minutes walk from the Railway Station).
Fashion followers for clothes may be disappointed because of the proximity of Brighton and Worthing as larger shopping centres. There is scope for greengrocers and butchers which are not adequate at present. I use the Farmer's Market on the second Saturday each month for meat and game not available every day.
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Large stores in High
Large stores in Ham
Large stores in Brighton
Road (approach to the town from the east on
Large out of town
stores (at Holmbush adjacent to the A27 by-pass):
Wadurs Swimming Pool is at Holmbush (closed)
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