Who Would Run a Shop in a Place like This? Catherine Murphy Investigates the Unusual Shopping Centre Which Has Popped Up in Netherton

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Who Would Run a Shop in a Place like This? Catherine Murphy Investigates the Unusual Shopping Centre Which Has Popped Up in Netherton


Byline: catherine murphy

PHOTOS: ANDREW TEEBAY WHEN most people think of hitting the shops, many will head straight to Liverpool's city centre, however there are more options outside this area than you might think.

Aside from the retail park we may have visited, there is now a new shopping arcade which has popped up in Netherton that we think every shopper should visit.

Based inside a Rent a Space building on Dunningsbridge Road, the arcade houses a mixture of stalls, stocking everything from clothing to musical instruments.

We were suprised just how much was there when we paid a visit to the site recently.

There's even a florist which also stocks party decorations including flower walls which are hugely popular at the moment.

And, not forgetting a dress maker who does everything from bikinis for your next holiday right through to dresses for your next big occasion.

These in themselves are good reasons to visit this new arcade, but if you still need persuading here's a preview of just some of the sellers you'll find inside.

AM by Alex Meade and AE Designs Previously running separate businesses, the two business women decided to join forces at the beginning of the year.

Alex, 25 focuses on dress making, alterations and pretty much anything else that can be done with a sewing machine.

It helps that she has years of experience. While Amy's craft is unique, she designs and creates everything from laser cut and acrylic wedding stationery, acrylic cake toppers, memory boxes and personalised gifts. Do we even need to continue? Flowerworx Marcia McCall started Flowerworx more than 12 years ago and has been delivering flowers throughout Liverpool ever since.

It designs bouquets for all occasions such as weddings, funerals, corporate events and birthdays. …

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