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Please Sign Petition To Keep Waitrose in Palmers Green Parade! We love it, we use it"!

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I am very disappointed that Waitrose has chosen to leave us in PG particularly as it has proven so popular. I am also a regular shopper in Waitrose for certain foods and indeed the odd domestic item, particularly when I cannot be bothered to go into the larger supermarket of Morrisons for my full fat jersey milk and then find myself leaving Waitrose with far more then just milk! We all love a little luxury and now its going to be taken away from us, poor PG. I wonder why PG is not appreciated because from my own personal stand-point PG has the most attractive aspect for a potentially good quality shopping area and indeed, far more attractive then even the overrated aspect of Muswell Hill and Crouch End, as in PG we have so many lovely characterful buildings on and just off our Green Lanes which includes listed buildings. Waitrose in Winchmore Hill's previous Green Dragon pub building just seems odd to me. If Waitrose's management are looking for a larger premises in the area then there is the Twenty One store in PG this store has drastically declined and seems to be on its last legs. Disappointingly, parking spaces and shopping seems to be an on going issue and I thought we were embarking on mission to become environmentally friendly to eliminate pollution in our atmosphere for better overall health by using our cars less. People should be encouraged to stroll or cycle to their local supermarkets make their purchases and like 'Iceland' if the customer pays over a certain amount the customer will be entitled to a home free delivery within the area, surely this is the way to reduce cars on our roads and subsequently pollution as well. Waitrose are making a big mistake.



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