Wellington Way’s Bibs & Bobs has closed, this is the latest casualty of Waterlooville’s Wellington Way precinct and follows Store Twenty One, Pampurred Pets, The Waterlooville Model Centre, The Rainbow Toy Shop, Build a Boillie, Discz, Cafe Moka and ASAP Cat Rescue (relocated to The Boulevard Precinct). We are aware of other retailers in this … Continue reading this article ››
The BetFred that received over 100 planning objections from residents is now open in Waterlooville Precinct. The store and it’s bright blue livery dominates the junction between The Boulevard and the main precinct, you can’t miss this new betting shop. If darts is your thing, then former professional darts player Eric Bristow MBE is booked … Continue reading this article ››
Following a closing down sale, PamPurredPets in Waterlooville precinct has shut it’s doors. The PamPurredPets business was acquired by rivals Pets Corner. On acquisition Pets Corner closed the unprofitable stores which included Waterlooville branch. Our thoughts go to the staff impacted by the closure. Closing unprofitable stores is a recurring theme for Waterlooville; other high … Continue reading this article ››
Another of the Waterlooville Wellington Way shops is closing down, this time it is ‘Store Twenty One’. Our thoughts go out to the staff of Store Twenty One who will lose their jobs due to the closure.
Walking through Waterlooville earlier this week I noticed that Blinkers Cafe / The Butler’s Pantry had closed. On further inspection I noticed that the building was for sale. The shop, first floor flat, and garage is a snip at £325,000 for the freehold. The annual rates are £16,000 per annum.
Royal’s Fish & Chips in Waterlooville closed in March 2016. Scott Slater & Clare Le Grand got in touch with us to advise that they have taken over the business and that the Fish & Chip restaurant is currently being refurbished. Royal’s Fish & Chips has a new name, Slater’s Plaice. You can find Slater’s … Continue reading this article ››
The familiar brightly coloured orange van that was located at the northern end of Waterlooville Precinct has disappeared, the pavement outline is all that remains of Waterlooville’s Burrito Man. The Burrito Man’s website and Facebook pages have also gone, it is thought the business has closed.
Lost? Can’t find Waterlooville’s shops? Waterlooville Business Association have put together a map some (not all) of the Waterlooville Shops. The map is located on council property, I found one in the Wellington Way Car Park, and there seems to be the beginnings of another one opposite the recently liquidated Fabric Warehouse. The map itself … Continue reading this article ››