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Buttercrane Shopping Centre

Dublin Road, Newry, County Down, BT35 8HJ
Buttercrane Shopping Centre

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Occupying a prominent city centre location, alongside the historic Newry Canal, Buttercrane Centre provides some 269,000 foot of retail space which accommodates most major high street retail brands.

Anchored by Marks & Spencer, Dunnes Stores and Primark, the centre consists of 60 stores in total.

1,000 carpark spaces provide convenient on-site parking, with some 700 of these spaces within a multi-storey park, fully serviced by three lifts.

When you are celebrating and you want to know you look good - look no further than Buttercrane Shopping Centre. Great classic fashion is on show from some of the best fashion stores around for ladies and gents, boys and girls.

Regular Events and a selection of dining options makes Buttercrane perfect for a day out with family and friends.

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Tel+44 (0) 28 3026 4627

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* Monday - Tuesday 09:00-17:30
Wednesday - Friday 09:00-21:00
Saturday - 09:00-18:00
Sunday - 13:00-18:00

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