Spindles shopping centre is a large retail centre in the heart of Oldham.
There are plenty of shops under one roof such as Next, River island, H and M, Top man, Debenhams, Poundworld and Waterstones.
There are also café’s such as Costa Coffee, Greggs and Subway.
Two car parks holding 1,370 cars
Monday - Saturday
9am - 5.30pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays
10:30am - 4.30pm
What to buy: CLOTHES, BOOKS, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS.
What to pay: USUAL HIGH STREET PRICES
A really nice market, it reminded me of what Leeds market used to be like before the council put up the rents and forced many stalls to close.
Everything under one roof such as clothes, food, household items, toys and pet supplies.
VERY CLEAN AND TIDY
What to buy: everything and anything.
What to pay: markets are not as cheap as they used to be but there are still bargains to be found.
Like many towns and cities Oldham has an all enclosed shopping centre called 'The Spindles and this is similar if on a smaller basis to many centres around the UK or 'Malls' that you might find in the U.S.
The Spindles is clean, safe, and you can purchase most things under its roof.
The spindles is also linked to The Town Square shopping centre but to b efrank they might as well be the same.
What to buy: Most Items that you can think off
clothes, phones, books, music etc.
However there is no major food store here
you might want to pop next door to the 'Tommyfield' market (next tip) or to one of the major Supermarket stores in the Area such as Sainsbury's on Union St.
What to pay: as little or as much as you like.
Nestling in the heart of Oldham is the town’s much - loved Tommyfield Market, offering the very best of both worlds, with its spacious indoor modern market hall wich claims to be the largest permanent indoor market in England and its friendly, bustling outdoor market steeped in history, character and tradition It's name is derived from 'Tommy's Field' after Tommy Whittaker who was a pig breeder who rented the field from a farmer and established the market back in 1830.
Making a regular trip to Tommyfield is a must for bargain hunters! Tommyfield also used to be one of the largest open air markets in the North West until the council decided to start selling parts off and making some of it into a car park. Although it still is a highpoint among English markets…not just because of the impressive variety of goods on sale, but also as it’s literally the highest market in the country.
The spindles shopping centre has Over 40 Retailers, Banks, Building Societies and Catering outlets The Spindles houses one of Europe's largest stained glass roofs. Which, created by local artist Brian Clarke, depicts the life and times of one of Oldham's famous sons, Sir William Walton.
The centre has shopping on two levels, including Andys Records, Early Learning Centre, JD Sports, Index, Electronics Boutique, All Sports, Waterstones, Bookshops, Next, The Disney Store and Debenhams - with three floors. There is on site parking for 950 cars at affordable prices; and being linked to the recently renovated Town Square Shopping Centre next door, Oldham claim's to offer the largest covered shopping area outside Manchester.
Nestling in the heart of Oldham is the town’s much - loved Tommyfield Market, offering the very best of both worlds, with its spacious indoor modern market hall and its friendly, bustling outdoor market steeped in history, character and tradition… making a regular trip to Tommyfield a must for bargain hunters! Established over 140 years ago, Tommyfield is Oldham’s best known market and locals and visitors alike are assured of a warm and friendly welcome. Tommyfield prides itself on being one of the largest open air markets in the North West. It is also a highpoint among English markets…not just because of the impressive variety of goods on sale, but also as it’s literally the highest market in the country
What to buy: Anything and Everything at a discount.
Just watch out for any cd's or dvd's they could be countefeit.
What to pay: Less than normal well come on! us Oldhamers like a bargain y'know.