Bridge 58 at Rugby, the Tesco stop, was also home to a retail park called Elliotts Field. It was a bit tired and not much of a fix for the retail therapy seeking boater. It was after all
19 units of nothing but pure retail dominated by 30,000 sq ft of Debenhams closely followed in size by Marks and Spencer this could be a future stopping point for boaters. Dare I suggest fellas give the other half the plastic and let them hit the shops while you watch the boat while partaking in a sherbet or two. Of course you must not confuse this with a Sherbet Dab which is a cab. There is no "r" but Londoners say it that way. Oh and by the way probably because of legalities over lease Halfords is still on site at one end. Lads don`t let her tell you there`s a shop selling man bits because as you know H is fine if you want to buy a bike or fluffy dice, stick to the sherbet plan.
They can build 300,000sq ft. of retail units costing multi millions but the tap is out of order. I do hope CRT don`t need the stop planks in a hurry.
LINK will take you to a piece Jaq wrote about her childhood memories of an American diner.