Memories of the shoppng mall go right abck into my childhood. My Grandad always used to time it right so my little brother and i could watch the Noah ark clock in the mall tell us the time and do a wee show. It's still working years later and just humbles me of the wonderful memories of us three standing looking up at the clock watching it chime out it's song on the hour!
It's since been extended and has many more shops! It has boots, m&S (food too), H&M, debenhams and many more. the early learning centre is still there too!
Another good thing that it ha parking and at £2.00 for 4 hours isn't that bad comparing it to Edinburgh - bargain!
It's good walking distance to the bus station and train station and the high street.
On of the better shopping centres in scotland where you can find nearly everything you need under one roof . Great parking available with 1,350 spaces, open seven days a week, two sets of public toilets both include mother & baby rooms and accessible toilets for people with disabilities. There are two cash point machines are located by Subway (Bank of Scotland) and KFC (Nationwide). They have a child Safe Scheme in place. they offer free wrist bands for the kids, your mobile number on a wristband is the simplest and quickest way to re-unite a lost child. These free bands are bright, waterproof and tough and are available from Debenhams, Early Learning Centre and Centre Management.
The debrnhams in here is the best debenhams in Scotland.
The eastgate is a new generation of shopping centres. It combines the old with the new seamlessly and has the best selection of shops around.
If it's raining, you can get everything you need in here without even stepping foot outside. Heck, if it's blazing sunshine you won't have to step outside.
They have every shop you could possibly want in here - new look, french connection, office, Zara, schuh, debenhams, gap and many more. The centre itself is really nice and welcoming and always had a nice atmosphere. There is never any groups of teenage goths standing around either - which I always thought came any shopping centre.
The food court is good too, although there could be more seats. They have pizzas, burgers, salads and sandwiches.
It's a lovely and clean environment, if I want to go shopping when I'm home I always come here.
Great wee shopping centre with shops catering to all tastes, ages and sizes from clothes shops to a music shop, underwear store, coffee shops, toy shops, chemists etc. The toilets are always clean and the food court is really good. There is food of different types from KFC to pizza hut express and burger express or a place you can get sandwiches. The shops aren't always up-to-date with fashions but they only cater for a smaller population and the choice of clothes has certainly improved since the Eastgate centre was expanded.
This shopping centre is in a great location close to the railway station, next door to morrisons supermarket, pubs and more, Plenty of parking which benifits from a underground parking and a multistory parking, The centre itsself is abit small which has limited amount of outlets although does have most of the major stores such as Debenhams, M & S, Starbucks, H M. Eastgate has had a major extenstion and furbishment 5 or so years ago. Very clean and bright centre, The foodcourt is located downstairs, Im sure the tables are supposted to be self tidy area and found nobody bothered to clear there rubbish from the tables, The area that leads downstairs that leads you to Morrisons is a complete waste of space but im guessing that was once part of Safeway It seems ashame Morrisons closed the area off and basicly abandened the akward space.
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