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?The main construction works of the store in Kingston center were launched in 1935 according to the design made by Maurice Webb, son of Aston Webb. The construction was somewhat influenced by the design of Wren for Hampton Court. The excellent stonework seen from the frontal view was done by Eric Gill and the stonework is still prevailing as the development shopping centre of Bentall, where the Bentalls Kingston upon Thames departmental store is now situated. In the mid 20th century Bentalls store was one of the greatest departmental stores in the places around the greater London city. Bentalls store keeps open everyday in a week at different schedules for the convenience of customers who come here looking forward to buying goods for themselves and family members. It has been a traditional store in Kingston and offers a good range of commodities for clients of different categories like Menswear, cosmetics, Children wear, and Women wear of famous brands. You can find several luxury restaurants in Bentalls store offering you a variety of tasty and mouth watering foods. Coffee bar, Cafe Nero, Baby Deli, Lite Bites and some other restaurants and cafes are always available to provide you with most delicious food items. In Bentalls store, there is a well suited parent and baby room for the convenience of those spouses who have little child and need to change dresses of child, feed them and give some enjoyable moments to children for their appropriate growth and intelligence. Its position is in the middle of Children world located on the third floor of the store. The room is well equipped with essential materials and toys for changing baby dresses, feeding them and allowing them to take some rest in comfortable atmosphere. The English departmental stores are collectively known as Bentalls and there are different branches of Bentalls in Kingston upon Thames, London, Bracknell, Berkshire etc. The departmental stores were noted as county stores and they began as drapery store that was established by Frank Bentall in 1867. The departmental stores today are under the authority of independent Fenwick group. Individuals are offered many facilities here in Bentalls, Kingston upon Thames. For example, students are offered 10% discount when they wish to buy any thing from the store. To accept the opportunity they need to show their NSU card during the purchase they want to make. An offer of shopping free of vat charge is available in the store for non EU clients. For this, they must bring the receipts enclosed with passport, identity card or driving license and they must agree on the conditions that their minimum cost does not come below 30 Euro; they will take the goods out of country in three months. However, all the departments are not willing to give free service. Bentalls Kingston upon Thames is convenient for shopping for local and international people coming in UK. It is a building which bears the testimony of skills of modern constructions and tact of technological establishments. It has enhanced the popularity of Kingston town and interest of shopping in departmental stores in UK.
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