Advertisement Feature - Boom Area with Shops to Match

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), March 26, 2004 | Go to article overview

Advertisement Feature - Boom Area with Shops to Match


Renowned for its racecourse, its rugby union tradition and excellent shopping facilities, Gosforth offers everything you need in close proximity to Newcastle city centre.

Having attracted many successful businesses and shops to the area, Gosforth has become a popular choice for traders and consumers alike.

Having been cited as one of top property hot spots in the North East, there's no doubt that Gosforth is booming.

From traditional photography to today's new digital era, the introduction of a new fully digital photo mini lab will mark new horizons for photographers Robertsons of Gosforth.

Established in 1949, it is one of the longest existing businesses on the High Street and was set up by Cecil Hancock.

The director/photographer and consultant still turns in to work on a daily basis. Peter Robertson, a founder partner, is now in his 80s and is still a regular visitor to the shop.

Just Kidding, also on the High Street, offers designer clothes for boys and girls from newborn to 12 years.

Displayed over three floors, the large child-friendly shop has everything for your children's needs.

Exclusive to Just Kidding are brands such as Maharishi, Roberto Cavalli and Angels and Devils, which sit alongside favourites such as Miniman, Catimini, Deg, Replay and Diesel.

It is also a major stockist of Petite Batea underwear, nightwear and babywear.

Just Kidding offers a free gift wrapping service, mail order is available and its website will soon be up and running.

Car Audio Telecom has been established in Gosforth for eight years and has built up a reputation for quality installation and supply of car hi-fi, audio video and in-car navigation systems.

It is constantly changing its product line-up to take on new technology. …

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