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Covered Market - how many shops?

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Posted by sohcahtoa, December 18, 2011, 10:44 am [Permalink]

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I'm not in Oxford at the moment, so unfortunately I can't go and count: does anyone know how many shops there are in the Covered Market? There is a website (http://www.oxford-covered-market.co.uk/) but it's not very informative.
Also, are there two butchers, or three?

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Thank you! I was using Firefox, which explains the website problem.

Posted by sohcahtoa, December 18, 2011, 5:25 pm [Permalink]

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Hi,

I can't answer your question but I wondered which web browser you are viewing the Market site in? I just noticed it only works reasonably in Internet Explorer. The shop information isn't up to date, but you can see how many shops there are on this page http://www.oxford-covered-market.co.uk/the_shops.html (hovering over the shops in IE gives info. about some of the shops). I was there yesterday and I don't *think* there were any empty units...

There are three butchers.

Posted by Abi, December 18, 2011, 11:31 am [Permalink]

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