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H&M Kids

H&M Kids cater for the tiniest to teens, with sizes up to 14 years, much to the disappointment of many parents. They make hard-wearing and good value children's clothes, with children firmly in mind. The designs are fashionable and many feature cartoon characters. Apart from the mandatory T-shirts and cargo pants, there are accessories, nightwear, swimwear and novelty umbrellas. The fitting rooms are sturdy, in case of temper tantrums, and there is a cartoon area to avoid these happening in the first place.

Marks & Spencer

Once the bastion of British shopping, Marks & Spencer has had to revive its appeal on the high street. Along with three floors of textiles, luggage, horticulture, make-up and food, this store also has a coffee bar offering morning coffee and afternoon tea. Although Marks & Spencer have been updating their clothes collections, luring famous designers in the process, they have never lost sight of what built their reputation in the first place - good quality at reasonable prices. Their lingerie remains a must-have. Rarely does a shopper not find at least one article to suit their style at M&S.

Jump the Gun

Selling very chic and authentic mod wear, Jump the Gun plays on the image created of Brighton in the film Quadrophenia. The window display holds such memorabilia as a Vespa moped and a British flag. Although on the expensive side, you could find yourself shopping alongside stars such as Paul Weller. They stock the inevitable Ben Sherman shirts and parkas, but also have their own range of interesting shirts. Great for classic suits with a twist, this is the perfect place for informal men who attend formal events.

Dave's Comics

This small shop is divided into typical domains with horror and war titles running the length of the left-hand side and romantic novels, contemporary American novels and children's books shelved to the right. Children's books are especially good for early learners and can be bought for a very small amount. Superman, Star Trek and Manga cartoon strip comics are well kept in plastic covers. Toys include Star Wars models and Pokemon cards, which are sold separately. There are good cookery books and coffee table hardbacks and a table piled high of bargain buys.

Snooper's Paradise

Snooper's Paradise holds thousands of square feet of antiques, bric a brac and vintage clothing over two floors. There is a small Art Deco section on the first floor, which is worth visiting. The new-age club-wear looks slightly out of place in the window display, but it adds to the eclecticism of this Aladdin's cave.

The Open Market

This partly covered market was established in the 1920s. The outside wall on the Ditchling Road side is painted with a mural of the market and the people who frequent this busy place. Food produce includes fruit, vegetables, flowers, eggs, milk, cheese, fish and meat. There are also stalls selling haberdashery, pet supplies, stationery, ornaments, watches and electrical goods. The Market Cafe sells good British grub.

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