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Photo-a-Day  (Tuesday, 22nd January, 2008)

Alternatywy4 Polski Sklep


Alternatywy4 Polski Sklep
The ever growing number of Polish shops and businesses in the Wigan area. This is the Alternatywy4 Polski Sklep a few doors up from Mabs Cross School.

Photo: Brian  (Fuji Finepix S7000)
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Comment by: A Bolton on 22nd January 2008 at 01:34

What do they sell Brian. Is it a Polish food outlet?

Comment by: Dave on 22nd January 2008 at 08:30

Interestting! What do they sell?

Comment by: Brian on 22nd January 2008 at 09:17

Polish food and magazines.

Comment by: Dave on 22nd January 2008 at 09:42

I wonder how many Wiganers will go in and ask for a can of Mr Sheen? :-)

Comment by: janet o on 22nd January 2008 at 12:23

I am a Wiganer, left for the USA 32 years ago. All of these years I have missed Wigan, now though, I am beginning to wonder if I would even recognize it if I were to come back. Wigan will always be home, it is sad though to see it change so much and in my opinion, not for the better.

Comment by: emps on 22nd January 2008 at 19:28

I'll try anything once, might be worth a look and see what delicacies they stock.I got to admit I do miss German foods since moving back to Wigan, so maybe polish can tempty me.......How the piggin hell do you pronounce the shop name though?!

Comment by: A Bolton on 23rd January 2008 at 01:26

Hey Janet..Things have changed for the better in Wigan.Not many clogs and shawls now,But a vibrant modern town and we are glad to see the changes!

Comment by: Jon on 23rd January 2008 at 13:37

The Polish brew some good beers, worth trying some of them. Names like Lech, Tsikie and Zywiec (Think i've spelt them correctly)

Comment by: Rob M on 24th January 2008 at 21:49

Polish beer in all the supermarkets and most pubs now - great stuff as well! I'm all for Wigan becoming a more multi cultural town.

Comment by: Colin on 25th January 2008 at 02:39

Budweiser originates from Czechoslovakia (well, it's next to Poland!) and it's far nicer tasting than the American 'copy'.

Comment by: Majkel on 31st May 2013 at 20:19

People is comming to the shop. You know

Comment by: stan on 9th September 2013 at 00:09

It's not 'Tsikie', but 'Tyskie'.

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