If you want to
spend a few hours doing some serious shopping Templars
Square [map], should provide you with a really
fun retail experience.
With more than 70 traders as well as arts and
craft fairs held on the main floor and entertainment
throughout the year, Templars offers the whole shopping
The centre is laid out on two floors (plus a basement)
with the first floor housing a car park, dentist surgery
and recruitment agency. People with disabilities will
find it particularly easy to access the main shopping
area from this car park.
Rather than having miniature versions of shops as they
do in some malls, Templars has plenty of large-scale
outlets including a large Wilkinsons, Kwiksave, Iceland,
and a Co-op.
Ladies fashion comes in the form of affordable retailers
such as Dorothy Perkins, Evans and Bon Marche.
Children will love drawing up their birthday and Christmas
lists at Dentons Toy Shop and you can also find
some cool threads for them at Adams.
Those in a giving mood will find several charity shops here including Age Concern, The PDSA, and The British
Round off your morning or afternoon of shopping by heading
to The Square in the middle of Templars and trying
one of the food vendors offering everything from
a traditional roast dinner to light snacks and beverages.
There’s also a Wetherspoons bar on the lower ground
floor for those who need a nip of something stronger.