Weston centre is a delight to see

PUBLISHED: 07:48 01 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:12 24 May 2010

RECENTLY a plethora of individual/local stores has opened up in Weston centre and it's a delight to see. There are a few designer clothes shops, a fabulous milkshake bar, and some quality childcare shops to name a few. But, in order for them to survive t

RECENTLY a plethora of individual/local stores has opened up in Weston centre and it's a delight to see. There are a few designer clothes shops, a fabulous milkshake bar, and some quality childcare shops to name a few. But, in order for them to survive they need the support of local people as without it the whole of Weston will end up looking like the Tropicana!And for all those who don't go into the town and seem to take some pride in announcing 'oh no, I don't go into Weston, I do everything in Bristol'. Well think about this, if you don't support Weston, your commuter town will disappear and then you'll have no choice but to do everything in Bristol - bet you'll get less for your money!NAME SUPPLIED- Via e-mail

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