New Mountain Warehouse reaffirms Hexham’s status as a retail hotspot

Graham Soult

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5 Responses

  1. Retrogadget says:

    I paid my first visit to Hexham last week and on reading the above on my return realised that I too left without knowing about the existance of the M&S store. On the whole I thought Hexham was a pleasant well(retail)equipped market town with a good share of independent traders amongst the usual national names.

  2. Gabriella Coscia says:

    Morpeth is great. The Sanderson Arcade is a wonderful mixed use development in a building that still retains much of it’s history.

    How a thriving town centre should be.

    May be you should do a thread on ex Marks and Spencer town’s of which there are many as I am sure you will know.

  1. November 7, 2011

    […] multiple retailers have tended to cluster. That street, however, is consistently fully let, with Mountain Warehouse (in the former Stead & Simpson) and Iceland (in the old Woolworths) among the recent arrivals. […]

  2. July 5, 2012

    […] in the last eighteen months have included Poundland taking over the ex-Heron Foods site and Mountain Warehouse occupying the former Stead & Simpson. Meanwhile, Hexham’s ex-Woolworths in Fore Street was one of the first to be snapped up by […]

  3. August 28, 2012

    […] clothing over Mountain Warehouse’s Mountainlife brand, but you do have to wonder whether the latter’s arrival in Fore Street in December 2010 has taken trade away from its competitor. Hexham’s Millets has also been hindered by its […]

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