Beverley Edmondson. So, we know a trip to a milliner isn't necessarily at the top of everyone's lists but this little boutique off The Borough is not to be missed. Every design is hand-made in her little Farnham workshop.
The Antiques Warehouse. Just beautiful. This Elizabethan barn is full of treasures and at the weekends local pianists play concertos from the thirties and early forties while you browse. It's heavenly.
The Pack House. While we’re on the subject of antiques, the Packhouse is a real must. A few miles outside of Farnham’s town centre, there are vintage antiques to suit all tastes as well as a delightful little place to enjoy a slice of cake and cup of tea at the adjoing Café Fig.
And of course, apart from the more ‘one-off’ boutiques, there's all your high street staples from Whistles and Joules to Mint Velvet and Jigsaw.
Barkers. Farnham is known for being a bit of a dog-obsessed place. If you’re the same, you may want to stop off at Barkers. They sell the loveliest dog accessories and even have their very own dog spa…