Shopping and Parking
Prescot has two main shopping areas, The Town Centre and Cables Retail Park. The Town Centre offers a traditional high street experience with a wide variety of local providers offering bespoke goods and services. Many of the shops have recently benefited from Heritage Lottery Funding which as helped to return frontages back to a time before steel shutters were introduced and has provided an improved aesthetic through continuity. The shopping experience ranges from high street names such as Boots and Home Bargains to independent boutiques, including fashions, jewellery, hair styling, award wining butchers and furniture. We also have a regular Farmers market and Arts and Craft Market (9am to 4pm, first Saturday of each month), offering crafts, fresh produce, deli, baked goods, and more.
At the heart of the historic town is Prescot Shopping Centre, accessible from Eccleston Street for pedestrians or Aspinall Street for cars and other vehicles (free parking). Stores in the mall include Willowbrook Hospice Charity Shop, Showering’s butchers, Shush, Card Factory, the Post Office and Home Bargains.
Accountants | Banks | Butchers | Computer & Technology | Clothes, Fashion, Jewellery & Accessories | Doctors & Dentists | Property & Estate Agents | Grocery Stores | Health, Hair & Beauty Salons | Solicitors | Other Shops & Services
Parking facilities are provided at a number places within the Town Centre
Cables Retail Park
Situated in close proximity to the Town Centre, Cables Shopping Park comprises of 14 units offering a variety of goods and services common to many shopping parks, these include Next, Outfit, M&S Simply Food, JD Sports, Tesco, Argos, Boots, Pets at Home, B&M Bargains, Subway, Carphone Warehouse, TK Maxx, McDonald’s and EE.
Eating & Drinking Out
The town boasts a wide variety of pubs, as well as restaurants and cafes.
One of the most recent and exciting additions is the potential addition of Pinion, a restaurant that is part of a group which uses crowd funding to support it’s development. An initial target of £50,000 was sought by the owner Gary Usher. The funding opportunity opened at 9pm on the 30th May with a 24 hour window to reach the target, by 10am the next day the total pledged amount stood at £77,829 through 1,048 individual pledges and eventually reached a total of £86,624 from some 1,193 individuals.
Whatever your occasion there is a venue in Prescot that can accommodate your needs, check out our list of venues to see which best fits your event.
Staying overnight and need accommodation? The Village Hotel, Suites Hotel, Mercure Hotel and Holiday Inn are all within a short distance of Prescot.
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