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Stoke Newington shops

Find the best independent shops in Stoke Newington

Stoke Newington's indie credentials extends to the many independent shops in the area. Hidden in the basement of a secondhand record store, Little Pad has carefully selected vintage clothes and accessories. If you need your cello restrung or your heirloom lute restored, Bridgewood and Neitzert deal in all things stringed. Mums and mums-to-be will love Born, which stocks organic and fairtrade pregancy and baby supplies.

Think we've missed a great Stoke Newington shop? Let us know in the comment box below.


Children : Fashion, Toys and Books168 Stoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0JL

A calm, nurturing space with kind staff, specialising in pregnancy products, plus baby equipment, toys and clothes, Born has an organic and fair trade ethos, right down to cotton nappies...

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Bridgewood & Neitzert

Music & entertainment : Musical instrumentsStoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0JU

Having started out as makers of lutes, viols and baroque violins, this respected duo has an impeccable knowledge...

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Fashion : Designer, Fashion accessories49 & 88 Stoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0AR

Hub stocks a well-edited selection of covetable mid-range designer labels, with See by Chloé and Sonia by Sonia Rykiel... 

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Little Pad

Fashion : Vintage & secondhandStoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0UH

Something of a local secret, Little Pad can be found in the basement space below Stokey's secondhand record store, Lucky Seven…

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Olive Loves Alfie

Children : Fashion and Toys84 Stoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0AP

You should count your blessings if there is a branch of this specialist children's shoe chain - and consistent winner of the Shoe Retailer of the Year gong - in your neighbourhood...

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John G

theres a great junk yard to be found on marton rd at the cnr of 121 church st. one of the few shops in stokey not with over inflated prices and you can always do a bit of hagglng too,theres also a cool place next door (make sure you bring a english/scottish phrasebook thoyugh :p ) 

called retro hub but be prepared to pay chelsea /knightsbridge prices!!!! the back of the junk yard also has a great little bike shack with a man on site to do services/repairs and buys and sales.

Ray Harrowsmith

Premiercars (www.premiercarsandcouriers.com) Great alternative to the overpriced Addison Lee. I use their apps regular to book minicabs, and the service/price is very good.


The Cobbled Yard in Bouverie Road, just behind the Daniel Defoe pub, has an amazing and varied stock of affordable vintage furniture with new stock arriving every week. Well worth regular visits if you're local and worth making a special trip for if you like further afield as not all of their stock manages to get on to their website.