Perth has a fantastic selection of independent businesses offering a wide range of unique, quirky and high quality products you won’t find anywhere else.  The independents compliment your High Street favourites making Perth the perfect shopping destination.

To highlight this our friends at Small City Big Personality visited a selection of great independent traders in two of our streets to highlight just how much choice we have. We hope you enjoy their findings!

North Methven Street – Independent – Every Last One!

The North end of Perth’s Methven Street starts at the beautiful St Ninian’s Cathedral and runs down to The Lade and Old Mill Street. Only a few minutes walk from the High Street and with ample parking, this vibrant little street is the perfect place to start your day’s shopping.  And as the only street made up exclusively of independent shops, it holds a special place in the heart of us Perthites.

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North Methven Street businesses featured:

Strathearn Kiltmaker, Marian’s of Perth, Needle and Thread, Fair City Laundry, WTG Henderson’s the Jewellers, The New Wool Shop, Halo, Marian’s Hairdressing, HairDotcomb, Essence, Jessica Beauty Room, I-browz, Simply Brows, Watson’s, Must Eat, DG Lindsays, Pino’s Italy, Perth Kitchen Centre, Bryan Steele Carpets, Fireplaces Direct, BJ Domestics, Minas, Bailies, Hodges, Wee Polska, Browns The Chemist and PC Solutions.

Welcome to South Methven Street!

Proudly independent, the street offers everything you might need all served up with a personal touch, and all on one long stretch.

As well as a fantastic choice, you will also find a quirky, unique blend of old with the new;  where else could you step out of a stylish, contemporary hair salon and walk into a traditional fruit and veg shop in under a couple of minutes?  And of course, a glorious mix of cultures come together with Nepalese restaurant and Polish supermarket bringing two great sit in or cook at home options.

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South Methven Street businesses featured:

Cafe Coco, Snack Shack, Espresso, Delicious, The Everest Inn, Nawaab, Dickens Bar, The Bee Bar, Touch of Poland, Martin’s Fruit Bazaar, Charlie Taylor, Copperfields Hair and Beauty, Nail Bar, Badlands Barber, Stuart’s Barber Shop, Mobilia Carpets and Beds, Fair City Carpets, Fair Bathrooms, This Little Piggy, The Look, Robert Nicol, RP Blair, The Clothing Alterations Company, B.A. Kerrigan, WJ Henderson Optometrist, Price Crushers, Lorna Davies Florist, Cat Shelter Shop, and King’s Premier Bingo.