What Sunday is all about 👇🏻 the traditional roast dinner! Featuring the @hitwdarlington's roast with all the fixings - have your choice of meat and extras (such as cauliflower cheese 🧀)! #LoveDarlo https://t.co/GJQWelTRy7
26 January 2020 @08:30
You’ll be able to shop until you drop!
The town centre has many recognisable national stores and hundreds of bespoke, independent shops offering unique products you won’t be able to find anywhere else. All town centre public facilities are currently wheel chair accessible.
House of Fraser - A shopping landmark located on High Row, the department store has a wide variety of familiar designer brands, concession stores and beauty counters awaiting to explore.
Cornmill Shopping Centre - Located in the heart of the town centre, here you’ll find 40 fabulous stores, many of which are high street favourites. The perfect indoor shopping haven to discover the latest trends and gadgets.
High Row - A bustling street of familiar shops featuring some of the town’s recognisable landmarks, the Clock Tower, Joseph Pease Statue and the Water Cascade.
Imperial Quarter - Jam packed full of bespoke independent shops, cafés and restaurants – the Imperial Quarter is the perfect place to find one of kind gifts, relax and rejuvenate.
Queen Street Shopping Centre - An indoor shopping centre offering a variation of recognisable brands and an independent café.
Darlington Market - A traditional indoor market opening in 1864; the Market is home to traders of local produce, confectionery and the famous ‘Darlington Savoury’. The Grade II listed Victorian Hall boast shistorical features, whilst offering a 21st century retail experience.
The Yards - Find the Yards of Skinnergate or High Row and you’ll be treated to independent businesses offering freshly ground coffee, artisan cheeses and a traditional afternoon tea. There are three Yards to explore - Buckton’s, Clark’s and Mechanic’s.
Duke Street - A busy street bustling with hairdressers, cafes, restaurants, florists and a gift shop.