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Where will a Trinity Walk take you?

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Where will a Trinity Walk take you? Our open air centre with wide spacious malls is home to around 70 stores, restaurants, cafes, hair salons, a supermarket, a bank, a gym and on site parking (sat nav is WF1 1QQ) - just seconds away from Wakefield bus station. We even have a sculpture! Our current artwork is Minos by Dalwood.

Because our open air centre has wide, spacious malls and large shops, even when we're busy there's still plenty of room to move. However, if you'd like to visit when there are typically less people here, between 9am and 10.30am and 3pm to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday is usually quieter. Sundays are generally quieter too, with the busiest period then between 11am and 2pm. Some stores open late on Thursdays and our restaurants stay open late every evening (parking is just 50p all evening after 6pm). Stores contorl their own hours, so please see opening time guidance.

Christmas opening time guidance - is here

Quiet hour - we turn off our mall music for an hour between 4pm and 5pm every Wednesday to support shoppers who have additional needs. Stores taking part in our quiet hour include Lush, TK Maxx, Menkind, Three Mobile, Roman, Claire's, O2, Brows, Trespass, Clintons, The Body Shop, Caffe Noor, HMV, New Look (quieter music), Asda Living (2-3pm daily) and Sainsbury's, with more set to join in.
And if you/family member want to visit an event and have additional needs, just drop us a line on


Free WiFi - ask your device to connect to WiFi, select '_Trinity Walk Free WiFi' and away you surf!

Free to use cash machines - located at Eurochange, outside Sainsbury's, opposite the bus station and Barclays too.

Changing Places toilet - our specialist facility is located in the main toilet block (near New Look) inbetween male/female toilets. It features a free-standing height adjustable adult-sized changing bed, accessible toilet, sink, partition and electric track hoist (important - please bring your own sling). It is accessible with a Radar key or by asking a member of staff.

Toilets with baby changing facilities - checked at least every hour daytime and located next to New Look. Our ASDA Living, Costa and Sainsbury's stores also have facilities. Toilets are open 9am until 5pm daily and for your safety, they are usually cleaned at around 45 past each hour but timings can change.

Gift vouchers - we don't operate a centre gift voucher scheme, but most stores sell their own. To contact a store see here


Our car park has space for 1,000 cars including disabled and parent & child parking bays, available 24 hours a day. Main entrance is off Marsh Way (A61), the inner ring road. See here for costs. Sat nav is WF1 1QQ (follow the TW signs when close). Currently it's all payments by card only please.

Motorbikes can park here for free, we suggest using the Asda entrance and buzzing the car park barrier on arrival. The largest motorbike parking area is behind the car park pay stations near Sainsbury's, by the tall pink elevator block. There are also a limited number of spaces on the left as you enter.

There's space for up to 100 cycles to park for free too. The height restriction of our car park is 2.1 metres, please don't try to get in if your vehicle is higher.

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