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Dogpole and St Mary's

Turn right at the top of Wyle Cop onto Dogpole and you’ll find more distinctively different stores, including Twinkle Twinkle for designer babywear and children’s clothes and Wysteria Lane, where everything from jewellery to homeware comes beautifully hand-wrapped.

St Mary's Street links Dogpole to the top of Pride Hill. If you’re in need of makeover at home then make time to talk to the number of interior specialists in Shrewsbury. Check out Number 8, packed with everything from Zoffany paints to Osborne and Little fabrics and you’re sure to be inspired.

Head to Vinegar Hill for well-priced gifts you really want to buy for yourself and Callaghan Fine Paintings and Contemporary Bronze Gallery.

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Callaghan Fine Paintings and Contemporary Bronze is a family-owned art gallery and fine art dealers located on St Marys Street. The gallery specialises in European 19th and 20th Century oils and watercolours, but also exhibits contemporary paintings, original bronze sculpture, period fine furniture, silver, ceramics and interiors. The gallery provides a highly personal service, to meet a client's precise needs.

Deep in the heart of rural Shropshire, you will find a very unusual shop. Based in a Grade Two listed church, complete with stained-glass window, Creative Audio is widely recognised as one of the UK's leading HiFi and Home Cinema specialists. However, the really unusual thing about Creative Audio is that although we are out and out specialists, with all the top brands and over 25 years of retail experience, we are also extremely competitive on price.

Number 8 is an independent retailer of beds, mattresses, furniture, soft furnishings and accessories recently opened on St Marys Street. Run by Jo and her fiancé James, Number 8 is a local family business where the customer is the main priority.

Royston Blythe himself is one of the most in-demand hairdressers in the country. Royston became well-known for his remarkable work in areas including fashion shows, wedding hair, education and stage work, before establishing the salon under his own name in 1989. Together with partner Nick Malenko, they have led the salon to international acclaim. The Shrewsbury salon has an award-winning team of stylists who specialise in beautiful, glamorous hair.

Set in the heart of Shrewsbury, the Parade Shopping Centre provides a unique shopping experience. There are 27 individual shops on two floors at the Grade II Georgian building, which is fronted by four imposing Doric columns.

The Parade was converted from the Royal Salop Infirmary, where Charles Darwin's father once practised as a doctor, after it faced demolition in 1979 and was turned into shops and apartments, with stunning views over the River Severn and beyond.

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