Little Britain Store

Oyama, Winfield, Carr's Landing & Okanagan Centre
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gibee44
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Little Britain Store

Post by gibee44 » Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:57 am

7th April 2008 08:07

Because of this Site I found it and you are all to blame. When Marks & Spencer was in Canada I became addicted to their pickled onions. When the Kelowna store closed I actually went to the Victoria store and bought a case of them. I thought my addiction was over with, because it has been years since I have been able to find them. Now I have been introduced to Haywards Traditional Pickled Onions at the Little Britain in Lake Country. A little expensive at $9.00 a bottle, but I will now get a part time job so I can afford them. They do not have a large stock so I plead with all of you that visit this store to look but please, please do not touch. Thank you all for understanding. Have a great week.



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Re: Little Britain Store

Post by SivoxII » Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:57 am

7th April 2008 13:18

When they first opened up, the girls were constantly noting down suggestions from customers. I offered the suggestion of Batchelors/Knorr Cup-a-Soups and Pot Noodles (as I hate the Lipton variety and snack equivalents here).

So, we must stop in on our next passing to see if they managed to stock these items.



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Re: Little Britain Store

Post by Colsgirl » Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:58 am

7th April 2008 23:35
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gibee44 wrote:
A little expensive at $9.00 a bottle,
OMG :eek only £1.50 in Tescos!!!



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Re: Little Britain Store

Post by gotowngo » Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:59 am

7th May 2008 14:36

" I Want that one" :zip



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Re: Little Britain Store

Post by Isobel » Sat Aug 30, 2008 6:20 am

Wow the prices are a bit scarey though

I bought some tins of Heinz beans there, as I find the ones here taste too sweet. Anyway, on the can label was printed 4 for a £1 - we paid $2.19 per can. Let's just say they are a bit of a treat in our house.

My other weakness is custard creams Mmm

Wait to you see the price they charge for Christams Pudding - now that's really scarey!
:eek



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