Here at Trinity Walk we want you all to have fun shopping - and that includes making sure we're as family-friendly as possible. We hope you'll find that our spacious, wide shopping malls and large stores make it that bit easier for you to navigate your family and pushchairs around.

There are spacious baby-changing facilities in the toilets located next to Debenhams which are checked and cleaned regularly by members of staff approximately every half an hour or less. We are a breast-feeding friendly centre and we welcome parents to do so at the centre, plus we have plenty of cafes and restaurants where you may feel even more comfortable feeding your little one.

Our 24-hour security teams and extensive CCTV help keep the centre safe - and if you ever need help, just ask one of our team wearing a blue or pink Trinity Walk uniform who will be happy to help. We're part of the Wakefield Safer places scheme too.

Keep the kids entertained!

Why not take advantage of our centre wide free WiFi and keep the kids occupied with some fun and educational free games thanks to CBeebies www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/games or check out www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc


The centre offers a wide range of great family-friendly facilities, including free Wi-Fi, free-to-use cash machines, toilets with baby-changing facilities, family-friendly cafes and restaurants and breast-feeding facilities. Find out more here.

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A few of our stores

From trendy high street fashion, glamorous looks and gorgeous gifts to every day essentials plus the largest superstore in the area.

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