Banks of Perth have been run by the same family since 1831 and is proud to be the oldest independent retailer in Perth.
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  • 29 St John Street

    Perth,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH1 5SH

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Banks of Perth

One of Scotland's oldest retail businesses still run by the same family. Founded by James Banks, in 1831, manufacturing and retailing ropes, cords and nets for farming and commercial salmon fishing.

The owners and staff at Banks of Perth are all passionate about the great outdoors, whether it be skiing, hill walking, sailing, camping, caravanning, cycling or fishing.  Therefore, they test many of the products that they sell and can advise with confidence.

Banks of Perth sell a wide range of outdoor clothing and equipment including ski equipment, walking clothing and gear, camping equipment, curling equipment and much more.

 

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