When it’s time to go shopping, Tetbury doesn’t disappoint. The two main streets Long Street and Church Street are lined with a range of delightful stores, including boutiques, butchers and bakers but alas no candle stick maker. Nearly all of businesses in Tetbury are independently owned, and you’re sure to enjoy a pleasant shopping experience.
There is always a stream of visitors coming to the town specifically to visit the Highgrove shop located on Long Street. From mustards to gardening gloves you’ll find a wide selection of products from the Highgrove estate and elsewhere, with profits supporting the Prince’s Charities.
Of course all the other shops are destinations in their own right with lots of beautiful little designer boutiques and home interior design shops all mixed in with the antique dealers. Jigsaw is part of a stylish fashion chain offering contemporary clothing and Qetty Bang Bang a fashion boutique stocking contemporary designer clothing and has a reputation of being a destination shop in the Cotswolds. Browse through the rooms of Domestic Science a vintage and lifestyle mini department store set in a 10 room Georgian townhouse selling a multitude of beautiful things to fill your home whilst
French Grey Interiors are purveyors of scarves, jewellery, gifts and home accessories. The Cherry Tree conveniently located just along from the Highgrove shop offers a beautiful range of ladies wear, decorative home accessories and giftware whilst Anna Lizzio, is a women’s clothing and lifestyle boutique.
Tetbury’s Chipping Court is an eclectic mixture of boutique shops all under one roof and is well worth a visit. Here you will find Tetbury Tailor, worthy of a place on Saville row, and also antique and interior design shops to suit everyone’s budget.
For centuries markets have been held under the Grade 1 listed Market House, the hub of the town and today there are still twice -weekly markets held there.
Plants and produce such as vegetables and fish can be found there on Wednesdays whilst on Saturday you can find bric-a-brac, old books and jewellery.
On other days you may also see traders selling anything from garden furniture to cowhides! Craft fairs and art exhibitions often occupy the upstairs room of the Market House.