Broughton loves Flintshire

Open Today

09:00 - 20:00

Community is at the heart of what we do at Broughton. Whether we’re fundraising for the local community or creating a dementia friendly centre through staff training, our goal is the same: to create a place makes a real difference to people’s lives.

Over the past year we’ve been working hard with independent economics consultancy Regeneris to highlight exactly what we’re doing for Broughton, Flintshire and beyond. We’re delighted with the results and hope you will be too. You can read the full review here or read some of our favourite projects below.

Bright Lights Starting Out in Retail

We know how tough it can be to clinch that first job – that’s why we introduced our Bright Lights: Starting Out in Retail programme. The initiative aims to equip applicants with the skills and confidence they need for future employment and is aimed at local people aged 16 – 25. The programme lasts for five weeks and includes various skills-based training and work placements. Last year The Body Shop was so impressed with one of its trainees, they were employed on the spot!

In addition to the Bright Lights programme, we hosted our first annual Jobs Fair last year with over 60% of attendees gaining employment on the day. That’s what we call a result!

Young Readers Programme

Another project we’ve fallen in love with is the Young Readers Programme. The initiative was created in partnership with the National Literacy Trust to help improve the reading skills and confidence of school children. We’re delighted to say that we’ve helped almost 1,000 girls and boys get excited about reading since the programme began in 2013.

What we’ve contributed

  • 1,900 jobs for the local area
  • 10% of all business rates collected from Flintshire County Council, a cool £6.7 million
  • 1 in 4 retail jobs and 1 in every 40 jobs across Flintshire
  • £24 million over the past three years to make Broughton a place people prefer
  • Over £91,000 into the local community since 2015
  • Since 2015 almost 400 tonnes of waste has been re-used or recycled – that’s 99% diverted from landfill!

General Opening Times

Monday
09:00
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20:00
Tuesday
09:00
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20:00
Wednesday
09:00
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20:00
Thursday
09:00
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20:00
Friday
09:00
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20:00
Saturday
09:00
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19:00
Sunday
11:00
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17:00
Bank Holiday Monday
09:00
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18:00

Additional opening times

Broughton Chester Store opening times may vary. Food, cinema and leisure will be open later – please check retailer websites for further details.

Please note that some retailers may vary from these times.

Search below for the shop details or view the full list of retailers

Getting here

Broughton
Chester Road
Broughton
Flintshire
CH4 0DP
01244 534 354 (press option 2 for site security)
  • Car

    Broughton is located off junction 36A of the A55 and of the A5104 adjacent to Airbus. Our car park has over 2,300 free spaces, with 132 disabled bays and 114 parent & child bays.

    For car journey planning, use the AA route planner.

    If you'd like to contact an individual retailer, please see our Shops and Food & drink pages for further information.
     

  • Bus

    Broughton Shopping is served by bus routes 3, 4, 11, 11A, 12, X9, X4, 811 and 817.

    Full details can be found at Flintshire County Council.

Accessibility

Currently we do not operate a Shopmobility scheme at Broughton but wheelchairs can be loaned free of charge. Contact 01244 534 354 for information.

Facilities

ATMs are located at Boots and Tesco.

Baby changing facilities are available in McDonalds, Millhouse Inn, Tesco and Centre Management facility adjacent to Costa Coffee.

We have over 2,300 free car parking spaces and have been awarded the safer parking Park Mark award, an award given by the Police to car parks that have achieved the standards of the Safer Parking Scheme, designed to reduce crime in car parks. 

We also have over 132 disabled bays and 114 parent & child bays.

Toilets can be found in Tesco Extra, Asda Living, Millhouse Inn, McDonalds and the centre management facility adjacent to Costa Coffee.

Services

You can find a bureau de change at Tesco, Thomas Cook and Thomson. 

We operate a safe child scheme which in conjuction with our stores we aim to reunite a lost child with their parents or guardian. Please contact any store or security guard for assistance.

A number of stores within Broughton offer a Click & Collect service - please see individual store pages under the 'Shops' tab for more information.

If you have lost something while visiting Broughton, please contact our Security team on 01244 534 354. Please note that we will ask for proof of ownership to make sure we give property back to its rightful owner.

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