Dungannon Town Centre
Dungannon Town Centre - altogether better for shopping and relaxation. Discover the pleasures of shopping in a bustling town centre which has an ever expanding choice of delightful places to shop, relax and unwind. Dungannon is distinctively different, with lots of surprises in store. That’s mainly because of the strong representation of independent, locally-owned stores and specialist shops in which you can find everything from a pair of knitting needles to a pair of mountaineering boots. The town also have, of course, a broad range of multi-national stores fronting the colourful streets and in developments such as the Oaks Centre. Dungannon has been among the pioneers of outdoor Farmer’s Markets offering fresh produce from our fertile countryside; the regular Flower Market adds colour and fragrance to Market Square. The Linen Green on the site of the famous Moygashel Linen Mills is a complex of designer clothing stores, giftware and speciality food shops plus factory outlets.
Omagh’s Town Centre is the focal point for shopping with a number of independent retailers and national stores providing something for everyone. A visit to any of the many adjoining streets, including Campsie, Sedan Avenue, Foundry Lane, John Street, Castle Street and Bridge Street, will reveal a range of independent and specialist shops which are true gems unique to Omagh town. The town centre boasts a large selection of coffee shops, restaurants and beautiful places to eat. Safe, secure parking in convenient carparks around the town ensure a pleasurable visit for all.
The Showgrounds Retail Park is accessed from the High Street via Bridge Street and hosts a range of national retailers just a stroll from the town centre. Great Northern Retail Park located at the by-pass displays a number or national retailers alongside the Dromore Road with its mix of independent retailers and high street names.
Omagh Farmers Food Market, located on the grounds of the South West College takes place on the first and third Saturday of every month, and the traditional ‘Monday Market’ located off Kevlin Avenue adjacent to Johnston Car Park, remains one of the traditions of the town, every Monday from early in the morning. Every Friday morning, a fishmonger from Killybegs sells fresh seafood at Prospect Court. Omagh has a buzzing night time scene with a huge selection of pubs, clubs restaurants and night clubs which attract from far and wide every night of the week!
Cookstown’s proximity to the rest of N. Ireland makes it extremely accessible, whilst it’s distinctive layout and colourful shop fronts make it easy to navigate. On-street parking and free car parking provides ease of access to the many shops and businesses. The town offers a fabulous choice of shopping including exceptional independent shops situated alongside an abundance of high street names. On Saturday’s, Cookstown’s main shopping area comes alive with an effervescent, busy street market which has a Royal Charter dating back to the 17th Century.