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I hope that this will be useful to anyone wanting to do something a little different from the tourist standards on their visit!I’ve organised this post around the Edinburgh Charity Shop and Resuse map, which is produced by local recyling/sustainability organisation Changeworks (I worked there one summer during my undergrad!The upside of steady demand is that stuff doesn’t tend to stay in most shops, and new stock comes in all the time, so few places feel picked over. This is the student area right next to the (Edinburgh) university and the area with the highest concentrations of charity shops in the city.On Nicholson Street they are actually one right next to the other, so even with a spare half hour you can get through lots of them.Further along the west end of the Grassmarket, there’s Iconic, a fab homewear/aniques/20th century design shop, and on West Bow, the street leading from there towards the Art College, there’s Godiva, which sells re-designed and re-fashioned vintage at boutique prices, and Herman Brown, a vintage shop I’ve never gone into but is meant to be good.I’ve only started going to there semi regularly recently.

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As you will know if you read this blog regularly I am a massive charity shopper (I used to do a series called charity shop finds), and having lived in different parts of Edinburgh for what seems like forever, I thought I’d share the knowledge I have accumulated over the the last 11 years.

It’s more like an unreconstituted old-style charity shop but is relatively big and cheap.

As you follow the main road out of the city, Bruntsfield turns into Morningside, a wealthy and sedate part of town, with lots of big houses and middle aged ladies who lunch.

The charity shops are a bit more spread out than they are in Newington, and mixed up with lovely little independent shops, including the jewellerer where we got my engagement ring.

Stockbridge is also a great place to stop for food or coffee.

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