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Haha I'm in the local rag!
Clocktower
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In a moment of madness I emailed the newspaper in some response to a letter from a local counsellor who probably buys paperclips in John Lewis & has her newspapers ironed:) Actually what I said DID apply to our woolies, it was always unventilated with a claustrophobic feel & in later years came to be a shop to be avoided. 2 days & it is now more!

http://www.hornseyjournal.co.uk/content/haringey/hornseyjournal/postbag/story.aspx?brand=HCEJOnline&category=postbag&tBrand=northlondon24&tCategory=postbaghcej&itemid=WeED17%20Dec%202008%2010%3A25%3A46%3A590


Woolies is dead, long live Wilkos!

Woolies" has been part of Crouch End for as long as I've lived there, it's often been pretty shabby, claustrophobic and badly stocked.

The councilors are under the misunderstanding that the nearest similar stores are in Muswell Hill, or off the North Circular.

I'm frequently in Wood Green, practically walking distance or a short bus ride, where apart from a number of independent shops selling similar household goods to Woolies traditional range, there is next door to Woolworths Wood Green, Wilkinsons.

The stock is good, the prices are cheaper. I'd be more than happy to have a Wilkos in Crouch End replacing Woolworths!

- JW, Crouch End resident.