Mill Road And Local Cambridge Businesses

Here at Oxfam, we are renowned for the amazing international work we do alongside with being an important part of the local community.

Mill Road is renowned for being a vibrant, multicultural melting pot of a community and we are proud to be part of it.

In 2013 The Telegraph shortlisted the road as one of the top 10 best high streets in the UK.

Below you can find a vast amount of information about Mill Road and the businesses which inhabit it.

We’ve also got some other local businesses information which may be of interest.

If you would like to be included in these listings, please contact us or connect with us on Twitter or Facebook.

 Cambridge’s Oxfam Shops

Oxfam Burleigh Street – Selling Fair Trade food and gifts, clothing, jewellery, books, music and homewares and a large collection of bridal wear. Find them on Facebook.

Oxfam Bookshop – Sidney Street Specialists in books, films and music. Find them on Facebook.

Oxfam Bridge Street -Selling a variety of donated clothes and accessories, books, and homewares. We also sell Fairtrade food and cards for all occasions. Find them on Facebook.

Click here to find a donation bank. These are located all over the city.

 Mill Road General Information

Mill Road on Wikipedia – A community run website by Mill Road Bridges for Mill Road residents, traders and local organisations.

There’s something about Mill Road – A Blog by Alison Power who is a long term resident of Mill Road.

Mill Road History – A social media group sharing photos and information about the history of mill road.


Vintage Cambridge – A definitive list of all Vintage shops and businesses in Cambridge

Jemporium Vintage – A stones throw away located in the Grafton Center.  Stockists of Men’s and Women’s vintage Fashion.

Romsey Retro – Romsey Retro stocks a selection of vintage homewares, textiles, studio pottery, glass and some furniture.

Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair – Four times a year britain’s affordable vintage marketplace comes to cambridge.  Ladies and Gents fashion from the 20s – 80s, homewares and furnishings, the kitsch and the collectible, crafts, reworked and the vintage-inspired, designer finds, offers and sale rails along with tea and cake!




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