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British Home Stores
BHS or British Home Stores as its more commonly branded, is a widely recognised and extremely popular name in retail. BHS is known for its commitment to providing stylish fashion ranges and homewares at prices that represent outstanding value. Although BHS opened its first store in 1928, it has just recently delved into making its products available online.
Marks & Spencer
Another great British department store with a great website selling high quality clothes and homeware items. They also retail a well respected choice of splendid food and wine and. The sparks club is an additional feature to help save money by collecting points it's free to join and open to everyone. The more you shop and collect the more they will treat you to offers, events and exclusives deals.
Argos.co.uk the famous British high street catalogue shop selling you what you want and delivering when you want it. Get your shopping items delivered with their Fast Track same day delivery service. If you cannot wait that long opt for the super fast in-store collection free of charge. Every shopper looking for bargains knows the Argos clearance page is the place to find extra discount on sale goods.
A Little About
History of Debenhams
Its a rewards loyalty scheme exclusive to Debenhams that rewards your beauty product shopping. Collect points when you spend on fragrances, beauty creams, beauty electrical’s and services in store and on the website.
Yes they have regular sales in fact on the website there is a dedicated page highlighting all the latest deals. If you sign up to Debenhams newsletter you will be informed of any up and coming discounts and sales.
Debenhams Click & Collect service lets you place an order on the website and then collect it from your nearest Debenhams stores.
BHS a shop for the respectable classes
The History of British Home Stores
Harrods the posh shop in London
The History of Harrods
In the beginning, Harrods has not always been so grand, however. The fairy tale begins with Charles Henry Harrod who was already a successful grocery wholesaler and tea merchant before he took over a small Knightsbridge shop in 1849. Under Harrod and his son the business prospered thanks to hard work, meticulous planning and the growing affluence of the Knightsbridge district of London. Much has changed since then, but the founder’s guiding principles of quality and service are still paramount today.
In 1959 Harrods was acquired by House of Fraser click here to visit, becoming the flagship store of this large retail group and when in 1993 links with House of Fraser were broken, Harrods was once again a private family-owned company as it had been in the days of Charles Henry Harrod.
Palace in Knightsbridge:
When Mohamed Al Fayed, purchased Harrods in 1985, its place as the world’s premier department store was already firmly established – but he realised that much still needed to be done in order to prepare it for the decades ahead. He instigated a massive £400 million refurbishment project in order to return the ‘Palace in Knightsbridge’ to its former glory. Every corner of the building received Mr Al Fayed’s attention and, as well as refurbishing the fabric of the building – including the exquisite Edwardian terracotta facade – enchanting new rooms and facilities were added”.
Shop online at Harrods.com the world’s most famous department store now online, not everyone can get to London to shop at Harrods but everyone can shop at Harrods on the internet!