We all need a dose of retail therapy from time to time. Whether you want to revamp your wardrobe, spruce up your home, or just pick up something nice for tea, trentbarton land has an abundance of really good places to shop to choose from.

Westfield

Derby

The Westfield shopping centre is Derby’s number one shopping destination, and it’s not difficult to see why. Crammed with all your high street favourites, including M&S, BHS, Debenhams, Next and H&M, the blokes can make sure their wardrobes remain bang up-to-date at All Saints, Topman and Superdry, whilst the girls go crazy with the credit card at Monsoon, La Senza, Phase Eight and New Look.

When you need to give your shopping feet a rest and your tummies a treat, there are some fantastic places to eat and drink too. And the little ones aren’t forgotten … Westfield also has baby and toddler facilities that are a cut above what you might expect, including a soft play area and dedicated feeding and changing room.

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Derby Market Hall

Derby

Derby’s historic Market Hall is tucked away behind the Guildhall Theatre, on the Market Place, making it easy to overlook. However, those who take the time to explore this under cover shopping mecca will find that it’s one of Derby’s hidden gems. With an eclectic mix of stalls, it’s the place to find everything from old records to freshly cooked pyclets. Buttons, ribbons, pick and mix, craft items and cakes all rub along nicely with the fresh produce stalls, to create a vibrant shopping experience ideally located a stone’s throw from the bus station and our stops on Corporation Street.

 

 

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intu Victoria Centre

Nottingham

You’ve got all your high street favourites under one roof at the Victoria Centre. It’s possible to spend hours in the vast John Lewis and House of Fraser department stores alone. But then there’s Next, Boots, Topshop, River Island, Pandora, The Disney Store, The Entertainer…the list goes on! Whatever you are looking for – from pots and pans to posh chocs – you’ll find it in Nottingham’s number one shopping centre.

Catch any bus to Nottingham. Some buses stop in Victoria Bus Station right next to the centre but, if not, catch the free centrelink bus every 10 minutes which connects all our stops throughout the city centre.

 

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The Exchange Arcade

Nottingham

For a premium shopping experience, The Exchange Arcade in Nottingham is the place to go. Peruse fine art at the Castle Galleries, pick up a special bottle or two at Gauntleys Fine Wine or enjoy a treat from Patisserie Valerie. You’ll find numerous designer clothes stores, including Jaegar, Karen Millen and Austin Reed, as well as Mac cosmetics and a dedicated Dr Martens store – it’s a veritable Aladdin’s Cave of high-end goodies!

 

 

 

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Bridlesmith Gate & Low Pavement

Nottingham

Bridlesmith Gate is a real cool kids’ hang out, with Diesel, Ecco and Ted Baker providing the trendy, designer wares. This quaint cobbled lane is also shoe shopping heaven, with Kurt Geiger, Office, Moda in Pelle and Jones Bootmaker all lined up to help you find your perfect pair – or two! If you love your designer labels, you’ll love to shop on Bridlesmith Gate.

For boutique and designer s#hopping, with some fantastic places for a pitstop thrown in, Low Pavement is a really good place to shop. You’ll find Paul Smith’s presence in his home town (there are two stores – make sure you visit both!), luxury fragranced candles at Jo Malone and the cutest stationary and cards at Paperchase. Food wise, Jamie’s Italian, Prezzo, Carluccio’s and Il Bertorelli make this an Italian food hot spot in the city centre

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Chesterfield Market & The Shambles

Chesterfield

Hidden away in the centre of Chesterfield, The Shambles is a maze of narrow medieval streets that are ideal for a lazy Saturday afternoon wander. Ogle the jewellery at Adorn, explore the curiosities in Curious Goods and find a special outfit at Incraft women’s wear boutique. A quick (or not so quick!) stop at The Royal Oak is a must when in The Shambles. It’s the oldest inn in Chesterfield and you can savour a real ale in the charming beamed 12th Century building.

A visit to Chesterfield wouldn’t be right without taking in the sights and sounds of one of the biggest open-air markets in the country. Whatever you want, from cutlery to carpets, from pans to potatoes, you’re bound to find it – the fun bit, of course, is looking!

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East Midlands Designer Outlet

Derbyshire

With more than 70 stores, cafés and restaurants, McArthurGlen East Midlands is the leading Designer Outlet in the Midlands, where you can find your favourite labels with price reductions of up to 70%, all year round. The Designer Outlet offers endless entertainment, from cafes, a children’s play area and entertaining events throughout the year. The outlet has a wide range of stores, ranging from iconic fashion brands like, Lacoste, Superdry, Jeff Banks, and Calvin Klein to athletic labels, Nike and Adidas, and high-street favourites, Clarks, and M&S. 

The Designer Outlet is easily reachable on our services from Derby, Ripley, Alfreton, Mansfield, on the nines (9.1 & 9.2). From Nottingham take the pronto service and change at Mansfield.

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Peak Shopping Village

Derbyshire

At Peak Shopping Village national named retailers such as Pavers Shoes, Cotton Traders and Field and Trek mingle with unique independent such as Authentic Furniture and Alpine Country Homes. Offering great value and choice for fashion and accessories, home ware and gifts, outdoor clothing and equipment and much more. Peak Shopping Village is a perfect day out if you are looking for a unique and relaxed shopping experience in the stunning countryside of Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park. Only a short distance from the market towns of Bakewell and Matlock and just two miles from Chatsworth House and Gardens.

From Derby take the sixes 6.1 towards Bakewell.

 

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Masson Mills Shopping Centre

Matlock Bath

Sir Richard Arkwright’s 1783 Masson Mills at Matlock Bath are the finest surviving and best preserved example of an Arkwright cotton mill. With a working textile museum illustrating Arkwright’s legacy, shopping village, restaurant and conference centre. Masson Mills Shopping Village really is a unique leisure experience with sixty different retail concepts set over five floors, all under one roof. With designer clothes, jewellery, lingerie, golf, gifts, beer, whisky and food, ladies and men's clothing from The Edinburgh Woollen Mill and much more.

From Derby take the sixes 6.1 towards Matlock.

 

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