Dog-friendly, Wi-Fi, baby changing and WC facilities, but most of all a friendly atmosphere all under one roof.
Nestled at the southernmost tip of rural Lincolnshire is the beautiful historic market town of Stamford. ‘Stay Awhile Amidst Stamford’s Ancient Charms’ is the sign which greets travellers.
Generally classed as a Georgian town, Stamford’s history goes much further back. The grand Elizabethan mansion, Burghley House is but a stone’s throw away.
Stamford was the first conservation area to be designated in England and is home to approximately 600 listed buildings
Stamford also lays claim to having the oldest provincial continuous newspaper, in print since 1712.
Stamford and its surroundings have been featured on many a film set.
At the heart of this town, on the wide expanse of Broad Street, amongst a host of beautiful architecture, is the Corn Exchange Café & Shops. This hidden gem is home to 29 individual, independent shops with character and a wonderful Café, all situated within the Corn Exchange Theatre Building.
For unique shops and a warm welcome, visit the Corn Exchange Cafe & Shops, Stamford
Why shop locally?
Shopping locally retains our individuality and helps our community
Shopping locally is so important to our community, aiding the local economy.
Creating jobs for those entrepreneurs and artisans.
Small independent businesses often stock a variety of unique, distinctive and handcrafted goods not found anywhere else.
Individual personal service is a better shopping experience at your local shop.