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Dorothy Perkins

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First incorporated in 1909 the Company was named, Dorothy Perkins, after a rose in 1919 at the suggestion of the wife of the then Director. By 1966 it has expanded to 250 stores and is now owned Philip Greens Arcadia Group. There are 600 shops nationwide selling a wide range of Ladies fashions. Visit the web site to find out more and buy online

Other shops in Luton

Goldsmiths (Jewellery)

Aroma Florist (Florists)

Ernest Jones (Jewellery)

The Fountain (Gifts)

Wallpaper World & Paints (DIY)

Jean City (Clothes)

Kanzaria Opticians (Opticians)

Sports Soccer (Sports)

Sana Fashions (Clothes)

Toys R Us (Children)

Gerards (House & Home)

Debenhams (Department Stores)

Premier Books & Prints (Books CDs and Games)

D H Wines (Food & Drink)

Feet on the Ground (Shoes)

Denbigh Pharmacy (Chemists)

Berach Books & Gifts Ltd (Books CDs and Games)

BrightHouse (Electrical/Computers)

The Healing Space (Hair & Beauty)

Sands Bakery & Sandwhich Bar (Food & Drink)

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