It’s that time of year to bag a bargain in the sales. Browse for that fabulous fashion find, a gorgeous gift, or home in on revamping the house, setting your designs on some interior inspiration, all set for a new look in the new year! Whatever your purchasing passion, take this opportunity to get out to Yorkshire’s spectacular shops, indulge in some retail therapy and see what’s in store.
Redbrick Mill – The north’s leading destination for interiors with 40 of the most innovative and essential names in furniture, design, art, accessories, cookware and gifts. Delicious dining options too with free on-site parking. redbrickmill.co.uk
Junction 32 Outlet Shopping Village - Over 90 high-street stores with savings of up to 60% off and free parking. A great family day out with a choice of shops, cafes, an outdoor play area and Mr Mulligan’s Pirate Golf, next door to Xscape.
The Piece Hall - A sprawling 18th-century cloth hall housing history exhibits, inspiring independent shops, beautiful bars & restaurants in a truly spectacular heritage setting.
Harvey Nichols – THE most desirable and cutting-edge designer brands, recognised as the UK's premier luxury fashion retailer. Internationally renowned for its style and beauty merchandise, premium food and wine, plus award-winning dining. harveynichols.com/store/leeds
Kirkgate Market - The largest covered market in Europe, with 800 stalls attracting over 100,000 visitors a week enjoying what’s on offer, including fresh food, drink, fashion, jewellery, flowers, hardware and haberdashery. leeds.gov.uk/leedsmarkets
Trinity Leeds - Beneath a dramatic sweeping glazed roof are four levels of 120 shops and international brands, bars, restaurants, plus an Everyman Cinema.
The Ridings Shopping Centre – Check out your favourite stores including fashion, food, house furnishings, mobile phone stores, bookshops, jewellers, chemists and gift shops.
Trinity Walk - Over 60 shops including leading high-street fashion brands, a fabulous Debenhams department store and the largest Sainsbury's superstore in the area, plus great restaurants, cafés and eateries.
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Hornsea Freeport – Beautiful landscaped surroundings, great places to eat and drink, an extensive range of leisure attractions and play areas, all located within easy reach of the beach and other regional attractions. Ample free parking and 40 outlet stores, offering up to 60% off famous brands.
Meadowhall - One of the UK's leading retail and leisure destinations for premier shopping, with over 290 stores, including more than 50 places to eat and drink, straight off the M1.
Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre – Groceries, everyday essentials and the latest fashions, gifts, entertainment and more, with plenty of eateries at the Food Hub.
A great shopping destination, crammed with designer shops and independent boutiques, art galleries and interior stores, set within stunning architecture and handsome tree lined avenues. The Montpellier Quarter’s specialist dealers trade in a variety of antiques, including furniture, porcelain, clocks and paintings.
The Coppergate Centre - Within the ancient city walls, home to the famous JORVIK Viking Centre and many big-name high-street shops, café's, galleries and museums, with an on-site multi-storey car park, plus the central bus stops and railway station are just a short walk away.
The Shambles - Winner of the most picturesque street in Britain, the cobbled Shambles was the inspiration for the film adaptation of Diagon Alley (Harry Potter) and is home to three shops for brooms and potions! It's also perfect for browsing boutiques, gift shops and antique havens that lie in the streets beyond.
Vangarde Shopping Centre - A premium destination for shopping and eating, home to York’s only John Lewis & Partners department store, the region’s largest M&S and a state-of-the-art Next, plus many more stores and places to eat.
York Designer Outlet - Designer brands with up to 60% off. Over 115 stores and several restaurants.
Please check store websites for opening times.
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