Are You Looking for a Night of Passion With Gallions Reach Escorts?
Posted Mar 13 2013 3:25pm
Those that use Gallions Reach shopping centre swear by it. For years it has been their go to place for shopping, a collection of great brand stores, available without having to traipse into central London. Gallions Reach escorts are often on hand to lend a confused gentleman some advice on the latest fashion and the general feel is one of a small, communal shopping centre. It’s not uncommon to bump into someone you know, or haven’t seen in years. The same old crowd come in, week after week. You know the name of the saturday girl at that store you visit most weekends. In short, it is what it is, a small communal shopping centre.
Yet, it is under threat. Despite being well loved by many locals, Gallions Reach may soon be closing its doors for good. Like many other modest centres, it’s being muscled out by the behemoths of the industry. Bluewater and Lakeside destroyed the local markets when they first emerged, but they were nothing compared to the power of the new entity that has risen. Like a vast monolith of glass and steel that looms over the city, Westfield is doing its best to be the best shopping destination in all of London. That’s fine, in fact it’s great. No one is going to lament the arrival of a Victoria’s Secret store in the capital, the issue is what it’s doing to its competitors.
They have no time to adapt. Within months, the crushing pressure of the goliath has reduced them to nothing but paste. Many have simply ceased to be, unable to compete with the range of stores and products on offer. It’s a familiar sight across the country and across the world. The smaller chains, the communal institutions are being crushed by the hyper chains. The likes of Amazon, Google and Apple are simply obliterating everything that stands in front of them.
It’s a terrible loss to the local communities. They’ve gone from being a someone to a nobody. Now they’re just a face lost in a huge crowd. The identity of individuals and individual areas is being worn away. This is an anathema to London. As a city that has been formed by the union of a huge variety of smaller settlements, diversity and difference are in the capital’s blood. The great appeal of it is that Gallions Reach escorts are different from those in Shepherd's Bush, shops in Bayswater aren’t carbon copies of those in Leytonstone. If everything is allowed to become grey and manufactured, there will be little of London left, just a pale identikit replica of a once great city.