How to Find Our Website Shop!

Are you Wondering How to Find Our Website Shop?

Poole Quay is the focus of most of the town’s tourist attractions, so we’re not far away. If you know where to look, well then it’s easy enough to find our website shop!

Travel Directions to our website shop

Brown Booth Website Shop is situated in Poole Old Town, just 200 yards from Poole Quay at the New Orchard. You can reach us through Canford Cliffs and Branksome Chine or Holes Bay. Look for our sign which reads ‘Brown Booth Website Shop’; you should be able to hear our music before you see us (yes, really!) How else would you find us! Since the beginning of November, we’ve only been open, but we’ve become extremely popular already; thank you, everyone, for your support!

Open five days a week: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm – However, one of us might be in the office outside these hours; and if the lights are on, you are more than welcome to come in for a chat.

Address:

1 – 3 New Orchard

Poole

Dorset

BH15 1LY

 

Google Maps – https://goo.gl/maps/wwPX6RXYfgyan6oR6
Google Street View – https://goo.gl/maps/eRmmfjBYFRUX1wHD8

Contact us today!

 

Poole Quay

Poole Quay is a great place for families. In the summer, you can relax with a drink in one of the many bars and eateries or stroll along to Canford Cliffs, where there are even more places to eat. What makes Poole Quay unique are the Pirates – these are large sculptures which really stand out against the sea wall. These were created by local artist Corinna Sargood back in 2007 and feature fish, crabs, seagulls, turtles and lots more!

The Old Town of Poole

Poole’s Old Town is a maze of narrow streets and alleyways located near Poole Quay. It’s one of the oldest parts of the town, dating back to the 1300s when it was first built. The area is now home to independent shops, art galleries, pubs and restaurants. If you’re looking for a unique shopping experience or want to explore some of Poole’s history; then make sure you visit Poole Old Town.

History of our Website Shop

The original intent of the shop was to be a barber’s shop, but over time, it had many different names. It first opened as Chris’s in 1967; then it went to Old Town Barbers before finally becoming our humble abode, Flash Harrys. It was not until the early 2020s that Brown Booth Ltd was established; this is when Web Design Services began to pop up.

When you find us at Brown Booth Web Design Shop, make sure you come inside; we’re not just an internet-based business anymore! The old office has been made into flats; which seems to be the standard in and around Poole lately.

Thank you for reading! We hope this has helped you find us. If you have any questions or need any more information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!

We look forward to seeing you soon.

 

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