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House & Home Shops in Midhurst

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Cabbage White

Knockhundred Row
GU29 9DQ
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"Wonderful things for your home & garden"! Cabbage White's philosophy is simple: they only sell things they absolutely love! They will continue to bring you attractive and unusual things for your home and garden with new goodies arriving every week - so you can be assured of fresh inspiration every time you visit.

Situated in the heart of Midhurst's beautiful Old town, their Grade II listed shop is positively brimming with wonderful English & Scandinavian inspired china, cushions, table-linen, cutlery, glass, bed-linen, gardening things, children‚s stuff and much more from the likes of Susie Watson, Jersey Pottery, Linum, Baileys Garden Trading and Hogben Pottery to name a few.

Other shops in Midhurst

Day Lewis (Chemists)

Mark Kimber (Shoes)

Down to Earth (Food & Drink)

Wheelers Bookshop (Books CDs and Games)

Wild Wood Antiques (Antiques)

Boots (Chemists)

The Artworks Studio (Art)

The Nutrition Consultants (Healthcare)

J.E. Allnutt & Son (Jewellery)

Michael Courtney Family Butchers (Butchers)

Easebourne Gallery (Art)

Paxton & Welham Ltd (Opticians)

A touch of Art (Art)

A Touch of Art Gallery (Art)

Peter's Barn Gallery (Art)

The Midhurst Book Shop (Books CDs and Games)

Cowdray Farm Shop (Farm)

Thorpe Patricia (Antiques)

Jantella Wool Shop (Crafts)

Posy Bowl (Florists)

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