Here’s what they said on Twitter:
@ArthursTwick I’d like to see an indie chandlers. Failing that Robert Dyas would do.
@katieheffe Appreciate prob not sustainable but somewhere for basic kitchenware and ‘normal’ children’s clothes
@SHResidents To complement Rubens, Laverstoke & Sandys: a good deli of the standard of Camisa in Berwick St or Valvona & Crolla in Edinburgh
@nickandjess agreed – a good deli would be brilliant
@YHewett I’m with that. I also want a launderette.
@ProperPieLady pie shop;-)
@MumblyK I still miss Woolies. And I’d like to swap Burger King for a Nando’s.
@ali_aliandsimon An independent book shop & toy shop
@Mumto1plus2 A reasonably priced children’s clothes shop.
@rufusmcdufus Some sort of hardware shop. Not just DIY but useful bits and pieces
@taztaylor Missing a record / cd store since the one on York St closed down… must be 10 years ago.
@ninjagray @taztaylor And a Green Shield Stamp shop for old man Taylor #pipeandslippers
@JamesHepworth7 An exotic pet shop!
@kershaw As long as it’s artisan I don’t mind
@flashnorthey Not bothered by what they sell but wld be great to be independent. Bored with chains. Just look at @RubensBakehouse #twickshop
@DapperDanHart Honestly? Combined comics and board gaming store.
@thorntog Whole foods
@DrJagz Fortnum’s would be nice. Currently hard to find a good gentleman’s relish.
@samelswood82 An independent of some sort, not a chain
@Theonlygolux A cheesemongers #twickshop
@joy… #twickshop would be nice to have a shop selling fantastic cheese – nearest independent is Richmond Hill. Teddington’s cheesery closed. #yum
@clairethorne It has to be a haberdasher. preferably one that’s open evening and weekends #twickshop
@justinebower A star wars shop or maybe a timber yard. oh no, wait.
@LandJFlowers How about a new, local, florists??
@tippytaptap A children’s soft play centre selling overpriced coffee would make a killing.
So there you have it. Twickenham has spoken! Now it’s just down to the shopkeepers to deliver.