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PLANNING YOUR NEXT VISIT TO US?

We will be pleased to see you at our main shop 

which is right in the centre of STAMFORD among the shops.  

There are lots of routes to our shop, all within easy distance of car parks!

We are easily located just off the main High Street, at no.4 Cheyne Lane which is a narrow passageway running down between the shops directly opposite "Seasalt".

Three of the larger town car parks bring you up the hill towards town. 

Look for St. Mary's church with the tall spire, and the lower end of 

Cheyne Lane is just at the rear of the church. 

You will also see our wall signs in this area.

If you are shopping in parallel Stamford Walk, just 

step through the archway next to The Stamford Fabric Company and you will see us to your left.

BEST CAR PARKING:  

Broad St. (except Fridays due to the street market) 

North Street car park (long stay) 

St. Leonard's Street car park (small, short stay) 

Wharf Road car park (large, long stay) 

Bath Row car park (large, long stay) 

Scotgate car park (small, long stay)

Cattle Market car park (largest, long stay)

Some disabled parking can be found on most streets within the town 

and in all car parks, and is usually free.


LOCAL PICK-UP:  you can drive into the High Street precinct before 10am and after 4pm any day to collect items from the top of Cheyne Lane.


SIGNS: our wall-mounted directions are at both ends of Cheyne Lane.

A pavement board can be seen on High Street at the entrance to 

Cheyne Lane when we are open.

Looking down Cheyne Lane from High Street you can see our famous 

blue shop sign under the Victorian gas lamp.

USE THE IMAGES BELOW to help locate us


At the rear of St. Mary's Church is the lower end of Cheyne Lane.

The Lower end of Cheyne Lane, below the lamp!

Wall Signs at the lower end of Cheyne Lane

Wall direction signs at the lower end of Cheyne Lane, under the lamp, direct you to our shop, Stamford Walk and High Street.

Entrance to Cheyne Lane from the High Street directly opposite "Seasalt"

Wall directions and pavement board are clearly visible. The board will be in place when our shop is open

Cheyne Lane entrance

Pavement boards at Cheyne Lane entrance

Hoptroff & Lee seen from The Stamford Walk Archway

Entrance to Cheyne Lane from Stamford Walk.

Step through the archway next to 

The Stamford Fabric Company 

and you will see us to your left next to Lambert's Kitchen Deli.

DIRECTIONS TO HOPTROFF & LEE 

@ The Corn Exchange Cafe and Shops


Broad Street can be accessed by walking to the top of Cheyne Lane, out onto the High Street and right then immediately left into Ironmonger Street. 

The Corn Exchange Cafe and Shops is at the top of Ironmonger Street, turn left, 

and next to the theatre. 


CLICK THIS LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION or visit the website at:


www.cornexchangecafeandshops.co.uk


THE FOLLOWING SECTION IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION


Our main shop is tucked away at

4, Cheyne Lane accessible from the main High Street,

and St. Mary's Street.

WHAT DO WE SELL? A wide range of antiques and collectables, vintage, jewellery, rustic garden, man cave, car and garage, and retro barware.

THE BUILDING has been a music business, a fishmonger's, a bookmakers, a handbag shop, and a gift shop. Originally it was probably someone's home, selling produce out of the main living area. The original listed shelving and a fireplace still exist. Access to the single upper room may have been on the outside

and there is evidence of a stairway which suggests this.

THE LANE's name is pronounced "Chainey" and its origins suggest an oak tree or "oak-hearted". It may have been the name of someone held in high office, like a local merchant, builder or judge. Cheyne Lane was and still is a small thoroughfare between the town's two main shopping streets, and it continues downwards to join the Town Bridge and meadows, and many houses said to have once had secret

tunnels linking the town.

WHERE ARE WE? Coming up into town from the larger car parks in

Bath Row, Cattle Market and Wharf Road look for St. Mary's Church with the tall spire and The STAMFORD CHEESE AND WINE CELLAR directly behind, both on St. Mary's Street. You are now close to the lower end of Cheyne Lane with our wall signs clearly visible.

If you are in High Street among the shops look for Seasalt and walk down Cheyne lane (unsigned) directly opposite, we are on the left.

"Stamford Walk" is parallel with Cheyne Lane so walk down by

Hinds Jewellers, turn left into Stamford Walk and step through the archway next to

The Stamford Fabric Company to see us.

SEE THE LANDMARKS IN THE RIGHT HAND COLUMN

TO HELP YOU LOCATE OUR SHOP

WHEN ARE WE OPEN?

WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY 10 am to 4 pm

Additional information: there is a pick-up facility for

Cheyne Lane allowing you access to collect items/drop off passengers. This operates before 10am and after 4 pm and we can be available for collection outside of opening hours in most circumstances.

Covid-19 safety: all relevant measures remain in place. Our shop is small so please be kind enough to wear a mask when visiting us. Thank you.


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