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Crowngate offers something for everyone, from Friary Walk where you’ll find popular retail brands such as New Look, Superdrug and Mothercare, to Chapel Walk and Unicorn Walk, home to much loved family favourites and intriguing independents, including House of Fraser, Primark and Debenhams. Local café favourites and Boston Tea Party in Friary Walk, complement the strong dining offer in Crowngate Kitchen – housed within Chapel Walk – an area where shoppers can dine alfresco in the summer months and cosy up through the winter, inside some of the UK’s most popular restaurants and cafés including Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Bill’s. The shopping centre benefits from impressive footfall and is easily accessible via two of the city’s busiest streets – Broad Street and High Street. It also houses the city’s bus station and a safe and secure 750 space car park open 24/7.
With Exeter Cathedral providing a stunning backdrop, Princesshay Shopping Centre offers shoppers an exciting mix of boutique, specialist and big-brand retailers, from Apple, Levi’s, Oliver Bonas, Lush and Inside Out to Superdry, Topshop and Zara. An enticing and eclectic mix of restaurants and cafés, including Byron, Wagamama and Yo! Sushi, encourages extended dwell time, attracting people looking to make more of their shopping experience by enjoying food and drink as part of their visit.
Rushden Lakes brings together the very best in retail, leisure and dining, set beside 200 acres of protected Nene Wetlands nature reserve and a stunning lake. Visitors are able to enjoy shopping, walking, alfresco dining and canoeing in equal measure. Rushden Lakes has attracted local independents and many new and well-established brands to Northamptonshire, including Primark, JD Sports and M&S, as well as Jigsaw, Hobbs, Bill’s and Wagamama. New retail and leisure developments are underway with the first phase now open which includes Rock Up, 360 Play, Paradise Island, Nando’s and Five Guys.
The Gate is one of Newcastle’s most vibrant leisure and entertainment destinations, with a wide variety of popular bars and restaurants. Attracting a crowd of young professionals and students, current occupiers include Aspers, Cineworld, Eden, Nando’s and Za Za Bazaar. A multimillion pound refurbishment was completed last year, rejuvenating the entertainment centre and improving the overall visitor experience. Cineworld has undergone a full refurbishment, and 4DX and Superscreen has been introduced to the 16-screen cinema complex.