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Wednesday 8 December 2004 2.42pm
Anyone know of a place that does good/high quality shoe repairs please?
Wednesday 8 December 2004 3.59pm
Never had a problem with the bloke on TBR. He's rescued countless pairs of abused shoes for me.
Wednesday 8 December 2004 4.28pm
I used them last week to repair four pairs of boots, and was pleased with the quality of the repairs.

Wednesday 8 December 2004 9.29pm
The shoe shop on Borough High street does a great job, and will also do brilliant repairs on handbags.
Wednesday 8 December 2004 10.31pm
Shop on TBR by Bus Stop does good full leather sole repairs. Have used them for years and always been happy.
Tuesday 8 March 2005 4.00pm
Plum Wrote:
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> Shop on TBR by Bus Stop does good full leather
> sole repairs. Have used them for years and always
> been happy.

Could you pinpoint the shop for me? It might stop me crashing into the car in front while I'm looking for it! <g>

Pete



Tuesday 8 March 2005 4.11pm
Claire T Wrote:
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> The shoe shop on Borough High street does a great
> job, and will also do brilliant repairs on
> handbags.

If you mean the Cobbler's Nest ("Where does a cobbler live? In a Nest"), sort of along by the loverly Belushis, then Mrs I and my mum both vouch for it as well.




...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 8 March 2005 4.22pm
the one on Milroy Walk (sorry, don't know the name) is v. good as well.
Tuesday 8 March 2005 4.29pm
The shop on Tower Bridge Rd is just before the Grange Rd junction in between Modern Videos & The Tower Tandoori (hiding behind the bus stop).
Tuesday 8 March 2005 4.32pm
Plum Wrote:
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> The shop on Tower Bridge Rd is just before the
> Grange Rd junction in between Modern Videos &
> The Tower Tandoori (hiding behind the bus stop).


Strewth! That was a quick response. Many thanks.

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