Warminster interior design shop puts premises on the market

Interior design shop Baker and Gray has become the latest retail closure in Warminster, following the news that its premises are on the market.

The shop in Silver Street, Warminster, will close tomorrow (January 26) after four years of trading in the town.

Baker and Gray is the vision of British designer Sarah Baker, selling fabric and furnishings deeply rooted in African heritage.

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12:16pm Fri 25 Jan 13

redrum says...

Very sad to hear of yet another shop going. The only things in Warminster are hairdressers, charity shops, estate agents and cafes and there are too many of all of them and not enough decent shops. There is not enough space in Warminster for all of them to survive.
Very sad to hear of yet another shop going. The only things in Warminster are hairdressers, charity shops, estate agents and cafes and there are too many of all of them and not enough decent shops. There is not enough space in Warminster for all of them to survive. redrum

12:28pm Sat 26 Jan 13

beetawix says...

redrum, I would suggest that there are not currently too many of the shops you mention if they are surviving, unless they are running the shop for fun without profit.
There was obviously one too many selling fabrics and furnishings deeply rooted in African heritage.
redrum, I would suggest that there are not currently too many of the shops you mention if they are surviving, unless they are running the shop for fun without profit. There was obviously one too many selling fabrics and furnishings deeply rooted in African heritage. beetawix

2:35am Sun 27 Jan 13

Mrs Donnyfly says...

redrum chuntered: "The only things in Warminster are hairdressers, charity shops, estate agents and cafes and there are too many of all of them and not enough decent shops."

By what yardstick do you measure what is a decent shop?
redrum chuntered: "The only things in Warminster are hairdressers, charity shops, estate agents and cafes and there are too many of all of them and not enough decent shops." By what yardstick do you measure what is a decent shop? Mrs Donnyfly

12:43pm Sun 27 Jan 13

redrum says...

A decent menswear shop would be nice.
A decent menswear shop would be nice. redrum

1:47pm Sun 27 Jan 13

Mrs Donnyfly says...

redrum wrote:
A decent menswear shop would be nice.
As opposed to an indecent one...
[quote][p][bold]redrum[/bold] wrote: A decent menswear shop would be nice.[/p][/quote]As opposed to an indecent one... Mrs Donnyfly

12:52am Mon 28 Jan 13

beetawix says...

redrum wrote:
A decent menswear shop would be nice.
you can go to almost any pub to hear decent men swear
[quote][p][bold]redrum[/bold] wrote: A decent menswear shop would be nice.[/p][/quote]you can go to almost any pub to hear decent men swear beetawix

10:35am Fri 8 Feb 13

moonraker77 says...

Probably a good idea would be to provide a shop that sells items that cannot be found in the large supermarkets. How about Ann Summers:)
Probably a good idea would be to provide a shop that sells items that cannot be found in the large supermarkets. How about Ann Summers:) moonraker77

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