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James S wrote a review Dec 2020
Derby, England, United Kingdom33 contributions34 helpful votes
You know that section in every charity shop that’s full of “bric a brac”? Well if that’s your thing you’ll love it here, it’s an entire mill full of bric a brac. Don’t expect to find any actual antiques here
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jan W wrote a review Dec 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom40 contributions31 helpful votes
we have been going to Bygone times for many years ...always enjoyed it , especially on a rainy Sunday ...just nice to have a rummage. If you pay first time you get a card and then you get in free always. FREE PARKING ....give your correct reg number at recepton and i have never had a problem . What more do people want for one payment and always free. Had some unusual things from there for the garden.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Kat wrote a review Nov 2020
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I can't describe how much I love this place! 5 big floors, hundreds of stalls and they're all unique. Some you can have a rummage through as if you're in a charity shop; some have essential home items like paints, tools and craft bits; but others some real interesting antique and vintage items and furniture. Every time I go in I find something different to bring home from the last time! You have to pay £2.50 the first time you go to get a gold card for entry, but after that you bring it and from then on it's free. You really have to explore the whole building to get to see it all, like the war museum and the floor that's entirely furniture and bigger collectables! My friend bought a dresser and they actually do a great price on delivery so you don't need to worry about getting big things home. When you get tired there's a great little café, really friendly staff and an extensive food menu. I had the penang curry and my friend had chips and gravy which were really delicious and along with everything else, make us want to come back! Coffees were excellent too (Rijo). When we bought our items all the staff on the tills were lovely and so helpful, wrapping our fragile items for us too. Overall a lovely experience and I would definitely recommend you go and explore!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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chris wrote a review Oct 2020
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bi like an indoor car boot sale. w picked up some garden arrangements and kids toys.. it was interesting we went back again before travelling home the net day
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Date of experience: October 2020
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IAN D wrote a review Oct 2020
Wigan, United Kingdom17,951 contributions3,186 helpful votes
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OK for an hour wondering round, but feel a lot more tat than there used to be. Find a mixture of everything.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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