Ah, retail therapy – we reckon it should available on the NHS. Take time to explore the shops at The Broadway and enjoy the friendly village atmosphere. Browse the boutiques, and you'll find that many are located in the 1930s 'Broadway Cottages', pictured below.
You're sure to find something to cheer you up, whether it's designer hand-made furniture or traditional sausages. Pop into one of the many cafes or restaurants for a well-earned pot of tea. Now doesn't that feel better?
Broadway Cottages, Autumn 2008
Did you know? The Broadway developed rapidly in the 1920s and 30s – the road widened, and older buildings were demolished to make way for sensitively designed Tudor-style architecture. Locals are so proud of this area's distinctive character that there is an on-going campaign to get a unique postcode for The Broadway.
Broadway Cottages, Winter 2008