A while ago, Authenticated Memorabilia closed in the Mall. However, it said at the time that it would be re-opening in a different format – incorporating a coffee shop – in Park Street.
We don’t think that ‘Memco’ will be occupying every empty shop unit beneath the Premier Inn. But they’re all being fitted out. Maybe it just makes financial sense to do this; we’re not aware of anyone else about to move in.
Having your windows smashed must be a depressing experience – especially if it’s vandalism.
We don’t know how either of these windows was smashed. But one – at the end of the little building in Bissingen Way that’s being used by Reveal Consultancy – certainly looks as if the breakage was a deliberate act.
We took this photo a couple of weeks ago, when the newly repaired and resurfaced top floor of Main Square car park had just been put back in service. It does look smart!
(It’s a pity that the car park’s main staircase destroys the good impression. We were told by the council that it would be improved during the summer holidays. That’s LAST summer’s holidays, by the way.)
A couple of times before we’ve mentioned the new bar/cafe that’s coming to Camberley. That’s The Cabin on the A30 service road. Well, progress in preparing the premises is now very visible, and blockwork to enclose the side opening looks pretty much complete.
Facebook details for The Cabin have been on display in the window for a while, so apologies for not showing them before.
You may remember the Rightmove entry that we mentioned earlier this week. Well, we’ve now had a pleasant chat with Kitchen Kapers who assured us that they aren’t closing. Whilst they’re hoping to at least partially redevelop their site, the High Street frontage will remain as a shop. Even if Kitchen Kapers does vacate it, they’ll look for premises elsewhere in the town.
It’s not so much that there’s a hole in the roof as that the whole roof is missing.
There really isn’t much of the Stacks shop – on its way to becoming ‘Wok and Go’ and some new flats – left. (And we’re not going to linger in front of it for a little while!)
Most people who walk past the Duke of York (formerly The Goose) probably don’t realise that there’s a human skull hanging over their heads. We hope that it’s not a real human skull, but it’s still pretty gruesome. Does anyone know why it’s there?
Earlier today we asked where this plant was growing.
Coffee drinkers may have spotted it…
No-one will know where this plucky plant was growing recently. But we’ll reveal all later today. (Hint. If you’re thinking it’s in Park Street you’re pretty warm.)