52 High St, Walthamstow, London E17 7LD, UK – 020 8521 9266
Great shop for any pieces of equipment you need, the prices are maybe a little high, but you are paying for quality so it is worth the money.
Very good shop for camping and work clothing sorry to hear shop is closing down soon
6, Tottenham Hale Retail Park, Broad Ln, London, Tottenham N15 4QD, UK – 020 8365 1810
Very helpful. Understood my criteria and helped me find what I needed.
Really friendly and helpful staff. Got what I needed ,gave good advice & service. Would defiantly go and get my bulbs fitted again!
Cork Tree Retail Park, London E4 8JA, UK – 07880 381355
It is a very small store comparing to Spanish ones I have been and got used before. Opening was yesterday and it was full of staff, no many customers though. I thought it was going to be a crazy time but not at all. We could take two free backpacks with our two Decathlon cards. Parking is free, so a good point for this Retail Centre. A handful of stores, not much variety. Store was clean and tidy, as expected for a new opening store. Staff was friendly and helpful. There are a few checkout tills so expect queues on busy periods. Overall, it was just OK but lack of space, aisles are really small with tiny gaps to move around them. Buy the stores next to this and create a bigger store with plenty of stock to enjoy shopping.
Store is rather small and we did not find the kids bicycle we were looking for. However, my 3 star is due to lacking customer toilets. None of the stores in the area have customer toilets. Particularly bad if you are visiting the stores with your kids. Also leaving the car park is a bit of a pain during busy times. Takes about 30-45 minutes. Free parking is up to 3 hours. Best not to stay over 2 hours if the car park is busy or else you might get a ticket from the private parking firm. If I need to go decathlon again I will stick with Canada Water or Lakeside branches.