There are so many shops there really is something for everyone. There are more upmarket shops such as All Saints, Hobbs, Ted Baker, Massimp Dutti, and Diesel. And also lots of high street favourites like Next, New Look, Gap, and Superdrug. There also lots of the typical big stores, the shopping centre is shaped like a triangle and spread over 2 floors - with M&S, House of Fraser, and John Lewis taking up the space on each point of the triangle. Also worth checking out the small pop up stalls they have in the middle of the concourse, there are often great one off items and there's always an opportunity to haggle! Lots of eateries; the food court for those on more of a budget and more upmarket restaurants including Browns in the newly refurbished 'Glow' area by the cinema. Speaking of which, the cinema is huge and has showings on constantly from 10am through to 1am. Easy to access both by public transport and by car and well worth a visit for a relaxing day of retail therapy.
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