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Shops reopen in NewcastleGateshead

It is mandatory to wear a face covering in shops and supermarkets in England.  Find out more about wearing face masks on your visit to NewcastleGateshead here.

Shopping is back on the agenda in NewcastleGateshead with many high street favourites, department stories and boutiques now open and ready to welcome you back for some retail therapy. Fenwick Newcastle - a historic staple in the Newcastle shopping scene - reopened with adjustments to how it operates. Popular shopping centres Eldon Square in Newcastle city centre, Metrocentre in Gateshead and Dalton Park Outlet have reopened with a number of their shops and traders now open for business. Grainger Market, Newcastle's indoor market, which has been running a delivery service during the lockdown, is open for business.

Make sure you check how to shop safely in NewcastleGateshead before you visit and please ensure you only shop with members of your household or support bubble. 

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With countless retailers and stores to explore in Newcastle City Centre, independent shops in Gateshead and many more stylish boutiques nearby, you're spoiled for choice when it comes to indulging in a spot of retail therapy.

For the latest in men's and women's fashion, discover the wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories on offer at Eldon Square, Newcastle's most well-known shopping centre. Here you can browse the rails of some of the region's best high street retailers and department stores like John Lewis and Fenwick Newcastle, where you'll find everything from homeware to beauty, designer fashion and children's toys. 

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Meanwhile, Metrocentre over the river in Gateshead provides an authentic shopping mall experience with clothing and jewellery stores, luxury beauty counters and specialist sports shops to explore at your leisure.

If you're keen for something a little more luxurious, treat yourself at any of the designer boutiques in the North East, including Hugo Boss, Space N.K. Apothecary and END Clothing. There's also a number of quirky independent retailers and vintage shops for you to pick up unique one-off pieces and trinkets on your visit!

No day of shopping in NewcastleGateshead would be complete without a visit to any of the local markets which host a range of stalls by North East vendors selling locally sourced foods and hand-crafted gifts. From vintage treasures at Tynemouth Market to delicious freshly prepared goods from the Grainger Market stalls, you'll find plenty of opportunities to shop until you drop in NewcastleGateshead. If you're looking for ways to shop sustainably then local markets are a great place to start as well as the increasing number of refill stations and environmentally-conscious independent shops most commonly found in Newcastle's suburbs.

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