From trying them on to see if they fit to fun activities for the family over the summer, here’s everything you need to know.
Let’s get back to trying things on rather than having the faff of sending them back….. Show off the shoes with dinner and a movie….Reward good behaviour, and the kids can come too.
Grab a coffee and tell your mates all about it and pick up those extra lucky boots for your next interview, these are all the things you can enjoy again whilst shopping at your local Potteries Centre.
We’ve also got a great line up of activities for all the family. Tag us in your photos using the hashtag #potteriessummer
One Great Day
Join us on Saturday 4th September for a fun family day out to raise money for The Alice Charity and Great Ormond St Hospital. We’ve got games, competitions, duck hunts and more! Find out the full works here.
Dinner and a movie?
There’s a whole host of great films showing at Cineworld including Candyman (2021), Free Guy and Jungle Cruise; The new Bond film No time to Die arrives on 30th September and you can book now to see Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on the big screen for the film’s 20th anniversary.
You can team your film with some amazing food choices from Chiquito, Nando’s, The Burger Priest or Bon Pan Asian, and with a car park close by it’s super easy! Car parking after 4pm is just £1.50, our main car park is open until midnight and the car park at The Hive is open 24hours.
Challenge the family to a game of table of football (no Euro puns please) on the middle mall outside schuh.
Our giant chess is outside H&M, check mate!
For the little uns’ head up to the upper mall for Connect4, Jenga and Dominoes.
All games are regularly cleaned and sanitised and hand sanitisation stations can be found close by.
Our Summer Instacube will bring a splash of colour and a sense of celebration to centre.
The ingenious Instacube located on the middle mall offers visitors a selection of backgrounds for the perfect selfie.
The cube with 3 sides of external photo opportunities including a butterfly, love balloon and sit in magnifying glass, with an open end allowing visitors to get in the cube decked out with fake grass and a grass covered chair for group photos.
One side is open, turfed and houses a turf chair for people to group together for a photo opportunity.
The Stoke 2000 art trail
Fifty uniquely decorated planters showcasing the talent and creativity of local artists have been displayed in The Potteries Centre to form a captivating trail for visitors to enjoy this summer.
Find the bottle kilns in:
Ruff & Ruby rooms
The Perfume Shop
Stoke City FC club shop
Jack & Jones
The Candle Shop
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