Plan your weekend
- Designer Outlets
Spend the weekend visiting shopping villages, outlet village...
- High Street Shopping
Your local "High Street" is a great place to shop ...
Weekend markets are a unique experience where haggling and b...
- On Line
Shopping on line offers the thrill of the bargain chase from...
- Out of Town
'Out of Town' shopping offer a wide choice of high quality s...
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Choose from a great selection of different shopping experiences to suit your mood, from shiny shopping malls to ethnic street markets.
Always great value - visit McArthur Glen's choice of seven outlets across the UK - Ashford | Kent; Bridgend | Wales; Cheshire Oaks | Chester - East Midlands - Livingston | near Edinburgh -Swindon & York. Other great designer outlets include Freeport, Jacksons Landing, The Galleries and Royal Quays.
Out of Town Shopping
These malls include in the south,Bluewater - Kent, with more than 320 shops under a single roof, Brent Cross - North London and Lakeside - Thurrock. Whilst in the north, The Metro Centre - Gateshead, Meadowhall - Sheffield and The Trafford Centre - Manchester with its iconic dome boasting one of the few Selfridge stores outside London are all worth a visit.
High Street Shopping
The high street still offers great value for all ages and budgets. Top high street stores including M & S, Next, Mango, H & M & New Look all compete to provide a range of styles at value for money prices, close to home.
Street markets provide a different experience again and a wide range of goods. From Food and Farmers Markets, offering high quality local produce - to antique markets with international reputations like Portabello Road - the most famous Sunday Market in the heart of London.
On Line Shopping
On line opens up a whole world of retail opportunities including access to both new and used goods, E Bay being the most addictive example for the true bargain hunter.
Providing something just that little bit unique. From Harrods, Hamleys and Fortnum & Mason in London to Birminghams’ Jewellery Quarter in the heart of the midlands, the venue itself is almost more important than the goods on sale.