Shop Local Online | Sparkling Bradford

It’s been an extremely difficult year for our local retailers, many of whom have had to close their doors for a large part of the last year. But you can still shop local by shopping online. These fantastic local businesses have had to work hard to adjust and transform their business online to survive. Show your support at this difficult time by shopping local where you can.

The following Bradford district businesses are still open for business online offering either delivery, post or click and collect services.

Haworth Shops Online

Cobbles and Clay

The Cobbles and Clay café and pottery painting workshops may be closed, but you can still buy their home painting and making kits online. They make a great lockdown activity or home art class.


Hawskby’s gallery and gift shop showcases local artists, designers and makers. You can find unique and unusual prints, ceramics, jewellery, stationery and beautiful homewares on their website.

Wave of Nostalgia

Wave of Nostalgia’s clothes, books, gifts and greetings cards are inspired by strong women in the home of the Brontes. With new books and products arriving all the time, keep your eyes on their website and videos on Facebook:

The Cabinet of Curiosities

This beautiful, traditional apothecary shop is well worth a visit for the interior alone. In the meantime, order yourself a treat online from their delicious sounding soap bars, wax melts, or famous bath salts.

Saltaire & Shipley Shops Online

Abigayl Lily Floral Design

Abigayl Lily Floral Design offers beautiful flowers and bouquets for all occasions. Bespoke arrangements are available upon request. They are now taking orders for Valentine’s Day.

Shipley Triangle

Shipley Triangle is a friendly bottle shop with an impressive range of craft beer, cider, wine and spirits. They are very knowledgeable and happy to help find you something a bit different. Click & collect or free delivery within 5 miles.

Ilkley Shops Online

Nora’s Interiors and Gifts

Nora’s Interiors and Gifts is an award winning independent lifestyle shop, selling a carefully selected range of home-wares, accessories, baby gifts and Yorkshire-themed products.

Fuggle and Golding

Fuggle and Golding is small, independent tap house and bottle shop bringing the best local, national and international brews to your door. Free local delivery from their online shop.

Waste Not

Waste Not is a minimal waste refill shop providing dried foods including nuts, cereal, fruit and pasta. Liquid detergents and cleaners are also available to refill your own bottles. They have a wide range of everyday items to help you lead a minimal waste lifestyle, from bamboo toothbrushes to reusable sandwich wraps.

The Grove Bookshop

The Grove Bookshop is one of the north of England’s best-known independent bookshops. During lockdown, treat yourself to a great read, they can suggest and create a bundle for you, or let them know what you’re looking for.

Keighley Shops Online

Out of the ORDinary

Out of the Ordinary is a family run gift shop stocking handmade items made in Yorkshire by over 50 crafters and artisans from jewellery, glassware, baby clothes and gifts, and even accessories for pets!

Buttons and Bows Haberdashery in Keighley Market

Buttons and Bows is a treasure trove for makers, sewers and crafters. When the stall reopens you must pay a visit to Mrs Khan. They are currently offering crafting packs of ribbons, lace, buttons and bows. Visit their Facebook page for more details:

Grind and Groove record shop

Grind and Groove is an independent record shop, stocking all genres of original, rare, first press and collectable vinyl, new releases and original artwork. New stock arrives weekly on their website:


Rooms is one of largest, independent furniture retailers in the Yorkshire area. Their main office remains open for any enquiries and they are continuing to sell all pictures, mirrors, rugs and accessories online for either collection or delivery.

You can also find Bradford City Centre Shops Online >> Shop the High Street.

A list of the essential shops still open for business at:

Remember to follow rules and restrictions during Coronavirus. Please wash your hands regularly, wear a face covering when required, and maintain a safe distance from others.

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