This is information about the old Travelling Light shops which no longer operate.
The spacious Morland shop is next door to Travelling Light’s headquarters in the village of Morland, near Penrith, Cumbria.
The shop is a stylish stable conversion that retains many of its original features and has a comfortable seating area with a sofa, where you can relax with a cup of coffee and today’s newspaper.
In addition to our current range of Travelling Light clothing and accessories, the Morland shop has a bargain section containing some end of line items, seconds and design samples.
Customers of the Morland shop are welcome to explore the four-acre gardens of Morland House during shop opening hours. Please note that the garden is occasionally closed; enquire at the shop.
Parking is available in Morland village or at the front of Morland House.
Jane, Chris, Mary and Jayne look forward to welcoming you.
The Travelling Light shop at 22 Church Street is centrally placed in this traditional market town, dominated by the immensely tall spire of its 13th century parish church. There are plenty of modern facilities too, with a range of independent shops, a choice of cafes and restaurants and ample parking.
Market Harborough is within easy reach of the East and West Midlands and East Anglia. It is only five miles north of the A14 East – West dual carriageway which connects the M6 and M1 to the A1 and A11.
In addition to the full current range of Travelling Light clothes and accessories, the shop also houses a permanent bargain section with design samples (mostly in small sizes only), slight seconds and end of line items. There is an upstairs sitting room where you can relax on the sofa and help yourself to tea or coffee.
Fiona, Maria, Janet, and June look forward to welcoming you.
Malmesbury is an ancient town with a history stretching back for over 2,000 years. Certainly the oldest borough in England, the town is a conservation area, packed with listed buildings and, of course, its great 12th century abbey originally founded in early Saxon times.
The town is very accessible, being only five miles north of junction 17 of the M4. It is just over an hour from Bristol, Cardiff, Salisbury, Swindon, Oxford, Cheltenham and Gloucester.
The Travelling Light shop is at 10 Gloucester Street, close to the Abbey. Parking is available in the central Cross Hayes Square.
Lynne, Maggie, Wendy, Linda and Elizabeth look forward to welcoming you.
Please note: Our Chalfont St Giles Shop is temporarily closed.
The shop occupies generous premises at the heart of the village on High Street.
Chalfont St Giles was named Best Kept Village in Buckinghamshire in 2002, with its eighteenth century cottages, ancient parish church and the home of the great seventeenth century poet, John Milton. It offers a variety of shops and a choice of eating places, and is just 25 miles from Oxford and London. It is easily accessible from the M40 and M25.
Claire, Christine and Marion look forward to meeting you.
Visit the Chalfont St Giles village website for a wealth of information on the area, including details of other shops and restaurants.
Please note: Our London Shop is temporarilyclosed.
The Travelling Light shop in London is at 35 Dover Street, Piccadilly, just 3 minutes walk from Green Park underground station. It is close to the Ritz Hotel, the newly refurbished Browns Hotel, The Royal Academy and Viscount Linley’s shop.
The shop retains its magnificent Edwardian Baroque features and provides a relaxed and luxurious ambience for viewing the full Travelling Light collection of clothes and accessories.
Habibah, Annika and Jean look forward to welcoming you.
The charming village of Bletchingley is well worth discovering. Although only five minutes from the M25, it is a very pleasant place to visit, with its medieval high street and ancient parish church. Bletchingley is blessed with a number of nearby country pubs well-known for delicious lunches; the perfect complement to a day’s shopping!
Bletchingley is very conveniently situated close to junction 6 of the M25, on the A25 from Godstone to Redhill. It is within an hour’s drive of much of south-east England.
Travelling Light occupies two shops at 28 and 30 High Street. There is ample free parking nearby.
Min, Maureen, Jean and Judy look forward to welcoming you.
Our shop at 25 The Hundred, Romsey, Hampshire is centrally placed in this pleasant town famed for its ancient abbey and for Broadlands, home of the Mountbattens.
The Travelling Light shop features womenswear on the ground floor and menswear above, with a comfortable sitting room where you can relax on the sofa with a newspaper or magazine.
Romsey is conveniently placed close to Southampton and Winchester, within easy reach of Hampshire, West Sussex and East Dorset and the M3 corridor. It is only three miles from Junction 3 of the M27 West.
The town has several nearby long and short stay car parks.
Jan, Marianne, Ann and Chris look forward to meeting you.
|Last Updated ( Friday, 31 October 2008 )|