Pizza available in the restaurant or by Floo delivery. If you go inside and you’re a female under fifty, Angelo will hit on you. Dean Thomas is a delivery boy here.
A crafting supply store that focuses particularly on knitting, crocheting, and embroidery. It is also the gossip hub of the town. Rory Wood works here (much to her consternation).
Curl Up & Dye
Hair salon owned by Elliot Wickersham. He and ex-wife Henrietta used to own a salon together and have been engaged in a fierce rivalry since their divorce.
Falafel joint conveniently located near the Grotto as they serve perfect, oily drunk food.
Fat Friar Fitness Centre
Feeling low in spirit? Come along to the FFFC and shed all that dead weight!
The Fat Fryer
The greasiest chippie in all of Wales. Their mushy green peas bring new meaning to the word lurid.
Fledglings, Hatchlings, Cubs & Kits
Childcare centre owned and managed by Sepphora Smith with a part-time staff of two. Caters to children aged 1-8. Open from 7:00-18:00 weekdays, weekends by prior agreement.
G.B. Montgomery Veterinary Clinic
Recently opened vet clinic owned by Gwen Montgomery. Bring your pets or rescued wild animals here! Eloise Midgen and Penelope Diggle also work here as a kennel assistants.
The Glass Slipper
The poshest restaurant in town. Four star dining, small portions, very high price tags. Lovely for a date night if you’re in the mood to splurge.
Golden Apples Market
Fresh produce, meat, and fish are available at the market along with all your other grocery shopping needs.
Less of a pub and more of a proper bar with dancing and sketchy dark corners. This is were people come if they want to get sloppy and have a good time. Lavender Brown tends bar here on weeknights. Romilda Vane tends bar on weeknights.
Bath and body products, home-brewed by Susan Bones. Pamper yourself or treat a friend, but remember that these products really do do what they say on the tin.
This is where your grandmother buys her clothes. The shop and its elderly proprietor, Matilda Llewellyn, are such a fixture on Helga’s Hill that no one has the heart to tell her she’s a good forty-five years out of style.
Kitchen and household goods are sold here. Perfect if you’re looking for a house warming gift, a new cast iron cauldron, or you just threw the last of the wine glasses at your boyfriend’s head.
Coffee and cheer are available here in spades. Owned by the appropriately named Perks family and managed by Miss Sally-Anne.
Jewel of India
Indian cuisine available in restaurant or by Floo delivery. They have a tendency to mess up Floo codes and delivery to the wrong place. Owned by the Singh family.
J. Pippin’s Potions
For all your potions needs! Owned by the Pippin family.
Knock On Wood
Seamus Finnigan’s wood-working and furniture making business.
Live to Tell the Kale
Health food cafe. It’s great if you’re vegetarian, vegan, health conscious, or have any other dietary restrictions. Most normal people just come in for smoothies, however. Mattie Vane is the manager here.
This boutique is where the more fashion savvy purchase their clothing. Mirror, Mirror excels at perfectly tailored clothes but specializes in garments that emulate Muggle fashions. Lavender Brown works here during weekdays.
Quills ‘N Things
The name says it all, really. Quills, stationary, ink, sealing wax, etc. Everything sold in every style and color under the sun. It is a nerd’s idea of heaven. Louisa Macnair is a clerk here.
The Salty Badger
Every town needs a pub. This is Helga’s Hill’s.
Sampson & Delilah
Salon owned by Henrietta Davies (formerly Wickersham). Beware that if you get your hair cut in Helga’s Hill, you’re taking sides. Jennie Hopkins works here.
Just what you’d expect — a shop for all your spectacles needs!
A used bookstore with more books than bookshelves. Good place to pick up Ravenclaws if you’re so inclined. Wendy Wickersham works here.
Twice Upon a Time
An antique store. Watch out for Boggarts. And also for Humphrey Winfield-Hayes because he works here.
The flower shop is run and operated by Isolde Montgomery who can be as pretty or as prickly as her wares depending on her mood.
Owned by a local boy, Wyn’s is a nice alternative to Angelo’s if you’d rather have a nice out with your family and not be cracked onto. Currently not in business after being burned down.