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Chapter22 Roots & Records
Walking along Broad Street, Chapter 22 Roots and Records is not a shop that can be missed — with gorgeous plants and goods spilling out of the door, you’ll instantly be drawn in. Here you’ll find vinyl records, plants and a few other interesting shelves to browse too.
Inspired by the owners love of 80s music, inside Chapter 22 you’ll find a huge selection of vinyl records, showcasing the very best of 80s music, particularly post punk and alternative. Of course, there are plenty of plants to shop here too, from tiny succulents to huge zebra plants, so you’re sure to find something. And why not treat yourself to a coffee while you browse, made in-store and so tasty! Chapter 22 Roots and Records is a vibrant shop you’ll want to explore for hours!
We hope you all enjoy visiting the store, which is not just a shop but a destination, where a warm welcome always awaits.
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