Any decent town in Britain has one. It is usualy frequented by the Middle Classes. The goods tend to be more expensive than normal but used to be higher quality to compensate. These days the goods are expensive, dowdy and low quality and the company is in financial trouble. Until the recent opening of it's Manchester store its largest shop was in Camberley. The company originally started as a market stall, where the traders prided themselves on unadulterated food and correct measures. It also trades under the name St. Micheal. Many of it's clothes are labelled this way. It has a policy that you can always exchange clothes if you do not like them for any reason. Until July 1999 it did not accept credit cards. It has stores in France, Canada and Cypress too. It's excellent curries are made in Pendeford Wolverhampton.