Shopping

Cambridge is quite good for shopping because it has a lot of great stuff in a small area. We have detailed out some useful shopping information but also some more unusual uniquely Cambridge shopping ideas below:

Uniquely Cambridge

Jewelery

Hannah Collins does some lovely jewelery from old watch cogs and perfume bottles etc.,

http://www.hannah-collins.com/

T-Shirts

Daphne & Andrew do some uniquely Cambridge t-shirts

http://www.this-is-cambridge.co.uk

 

College Outfitters & Memorabelia

A & E Clothier, Pembroke Street (slightly cheaper than others )
http://www.aeclothier.co.uk/
Tel: 01223 354339

Ryder & Amies, Kings Parade
http://www.ryderamies.co.uk/
Tel: 01223 350371

Ede & Ravenscroft, Silver Street/Trumpington Street
http://www.edeandravenscroft.co.uk/ceremonial-dress/
Tel: 01223 350048

Out of town online store
http://commemorativejewellery.co.uk/index.asp

 

Fashion
Cuckoo Clothing, 4 St Mary’s Passage
http://www.cuckooclothing.co.uk/
Tel: 01223 364345

The Tailors Cat, Sussex Street
http://www.thetailorscat.co.uk/

One World Is Enough, Bridge Street
http://www.one-world-is-enough.net/

No Balls, Six Mile Bottom (out of town)
http://www.noballs.co.uk

 

Sweet Shops
Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe, St John’s Street/Bridge Street

Jim Garrahys (Cambridge Fudge Kitchen Shop), Kings Parade – (this is actually a chain)

 

Deli Shops
Cambridge Cheese Company, 4 All Saints Passage,
http://www.cambridgecheese.com/ Tel: 01223 328672.

Limoncello, Mill Road
http://www.limoncello.co.uk/

Carlussios, Grand Arcade
http://www.carluccios.com/

Gog Magog Hills, Farm Shop, Babraham Road (out of town)
http://www.gogmagoghills.com/

 

Art
Katy Bailey
http://www.katybailey.co.uk/maingallery?gallery=5

Ophelia Redpath (local artist)
http://www.opheliaredpath.co.uk/

Cambridge Contemporary Gallery, Trinity Street
http://www.cambridgegallery.co.uk/

Byard Art Gallery, Kings Parade
http://www.byardart.co.uk/

Primavera, Kings Parade
http://www.primaverauk.com/

Williams Art, Off Mill Road
http://www.williamsart.co.uk/Williams_Art/Williams_Art_Home.html

EE Fine Art, Cobbles Yard off Newmarket Road
http://www.eefineart.com/

Broughton House Gallery, King Street (open by appointment)
http://www.broughtonhousegallery.com/

 

High-street Shopping

Big Book Shops
No.1 Heffers Book Shop, Trinity Street
No.2 Waterstone’s Booksellers, Sidney Street
No.3 WH Smith Ltd, Market Street

Boutique Book Shops
No.1 Cambridge University Press Bookshop (academic books) Tel: 01223 333333
http://www.cambridge.org/uk/bookshop/
No.2 The Haunted Bookshop, St Edwards Passage, Tel: 01223 312913
http://www.sarahkeybooks.co.uk/
No.3 G. David Book Seller, St Edwards Passage, Tel: 01223 354619 http://www.gdavidbookseller.co.uk/
No.4 Cambridge Book & Print Gallery, Newnham Road (only rare books) Tel: 01223 694264 http://www.cambridgeprints.com/bookbinding.htm
No.5 Numerous charity shops are down Burleigh Street off East Road

Ladies Fashion
Reiss, Trinity Street
http://www.reissonline.com/

Cuckoo Clothing, 4 St Mary’s Passage
http://www.cuckooclothing.co.uk/
Tel: 01223 364345

The Tailors Cat, Sussex Street
http://www.thetailorscat.co.uk/

Sweaty Betty, Trinity Street
http://www.sweatybetty.com/

Giulio, King Street
http://www.giuliofashion.com/

Noa Noa, 15 Kings Parade
(website not available)

Bank Fashion, St Andrews Street

http://www.bankfashion.co.uk/home

Ghost, 3 Green Street
(no website available)

Eleanor Graham, Kings Parade
(no website available)

Triumph, Christ’s Lane
http://www.triumph.com/uk/en/1222.html

Jewelery
Cellini, Rose Cresent
http://www.cellini.co.uk/

Trinity Street Jewellers, Trinity Street
http://www.trinitystreetjewellers.co.uk/

Catherine Jones, Bridge Street
http://www.catherinejones.com/

Palenque, Sidney Street
http://www.palenquejewellery.co.uk/our-shops

Serena, Grafton Centre
http://www.serenajewellery.com/

Sport
Hobbs, Sidney Street
http://hobbssports.co.uk/

JD Sports, Lion Yard/Grand Arcade
http://www.jdsports.co.uk

Advance Performance, Huntingdon Road (out of town)
http://www.advanceperformance.co.uk/contact.php

JJB Sports, Grafton Centre
http://www.jjbsports.com/

Grays of Cambridge International Ltd., Coton (out of town)
http://www.grays-int.com/

Main Shopping Centres

The Grand Arcade – where you can find Apple, Next, Holister, TM Lewin, HMV etc.,

http://www.grandarcade.co.uk/

The Grafton Centre – where you can find a cinema, Primark, waitrose

http://www.graftoncentre.co.uk/

Markets

The Market Square has a market each day. You can find all sorts of fruit, veg, watches and jewellery there.

Where is the place to…

Buy a University of Cambridge t-shirt?

The shop in the Tourist Information Centre. However far more original are the t-shirts at http://www.this-is-cambridge.co.uk

Buy a new watch?

Depends what you’re looking for. High end there’s Fraser Hart in the Grand Arcade http://www.grandarcade.co.uk/stores/fraser-hart.aspx or John Lewis http://www.johnlewis.com/Shops/DSShop.aspx?Id=12. Middle Range there’s http://www.hsamuel.co.uk/webstore/store.do?storeNumber=4048. Lower Range there’s Argo http://www.argos.co.uk or Next http://www.next.co.uk

Buy a food platter ready to go on a punt?

M&S in the Market Square or Waitrose on Fitzroy Street is a bit further out of the centre.

Buy a new dress?

Reiss on Trinity Street

Buy a new guitar?

Ken Stevens off Sidney Street

Buy a washing machine?

Commet, Newmarket Road

Buy a kids toy?

Hawkin’s Bazaar – Grafton Centre http://www.hawkin.com/shops/cambridge