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Steamer Trading Cookshop

14 High Street
Battle
Sussex
TN33 0AE
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When the owners of Thorpe's, then the second-oldest bootmakers in England, felt it was time to retire, they didn't have far to move - they lived in a lovely house right next door to the shop. But when they were deciding what they wanted to see succeed them on Battle's historic High Street - after all, after 170 years of trading you can forgive them for becoming a little attached to their shop - they felt that Steamer Trading would not only be a wonderful addition to the town, but also allow them to indulge their passion for cooking!

We were delighted to have the opportunity to open a shop in Battle - long one of our favourite towns - and we're hoping to match Thorpe the Bootmakers and their 170 year history.

Battle, with its famous Abbey - the scene of the Battle of Hastings - is a must-visit town, with a medieval High Street offering all manner of specialist shops.

Other shops in Battle

Phillips Man Shops Ltd (Shoes)

Tesco BATTLE EXPRESS (High Street)

Whistler Nick (Books CDs and Games)

Bridge Garage Antiques & Collectables (Antiques)

Abbey Green Flowers (Florists)

Green & Elliott (Opticians)

Coyners & Company (Art)

Enigma (Clothes)

Battle House Of Flowers (Florists)

Cobblers Of Battle (Shoes)

Abbey Pet Foods (Pets)

Nick Whistler Art & Books (Art)

Battle Health Store (Food & Drink)

Lavande (Antiques)

Barnabys Of Battle (Antiques)

Boots (Chemists)

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