Advertising Feature - I Do like to Buy beside the Seaside

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), December 6, 2005 | Go to article overview

Advertising Feature - I Do like to Buy beside the Seaside


Whitley Bay is well-known throughout the UK as Newcastle's most popular seaside resort.

And its also great for Christmas shopping, so why not get out of the city and head for the fresh sea air.

The multi-million pound regeneration of the Spanish City and Sea Front area of Whitley Bay is gathering pace and the new pounds 11m Park View Shopping Centre is officially open. This includes Marks & Spencer, Boots, Home Bargains, Sally Hair & Beauty, Card Crazy, Saks, Peacocks, Savers, Clintons, Claire's Accessories and Iceland.

The shopping centre will redefine the prime shopping pitch in Whitley Bay, due to the 180 space car park, excellent public transport links and superb location at the heart of pedestrian flows.

Park View caters for all your retail requirements, ranging from banks, clothing shops and estate agents, to trendy coffee houses. There are also several specialist shops.

Whitley Bay Christmas attractions

There are a wide range of attractions in Whitely Bay over the Christmas period:

Once Upon a December, December 16, 7pm, Whitley Bay Playhouse. Marian Lane School of Theatre Dance make Christmas memories to share with family and friends. Tel: (0191) 252 3505.

Harmonic Sounds Christmas Concert, December 17, 7.30pm, Whitley Bay Playhouse. The annual concert by young musicians will include modern music and light pieces with a Christmas theme. …

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