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Rotherham Central Railway Station is situated in the centre of Rotherham.
For train timetables and the latest travel updates, click here
Parkgate Shopping buses operate a regular bus service from Rotherham Town Centre to Parkgate Shopping every 12 minutes.
The service runs from 8.00am until 16.00 Monday to Saturday. To download a bus timetable, click here.
Our ATM machines are located in the Nando’s/Subway development – alternative machines are also located in Morrison’s and Wilko’s for your convenience.
Baby feeding facilities are available at Asda Living, Costa Coffee and Mothercare.
Parking at Parkgate Shopping is FREE and we have 2,000 spaces available, including spaces designated to Blue Badge holders and parents with young children. Customers are able to park between 8.00am - 11.00pm each day. The Morrisons car park is open from 8.00am and all others are open from 8.45am - 11.00pm.
The car park is operated by TPS UK. If you would like to get in touch with regards to any queries about the car park, please phone 0845 2573540. For further information, you can also visit the TPS website.
We are proud that our car park has been issued the Park Mark, an award given by the Police to car parks that have achieved the standards of the Safer Parking Scheme, designed to reduce crime in car parks.
Pixifoto is the UK and Ireland's biggest, most trusted and popular baby, child and family portrait photography specialists.
Pixifoto is located within Mothercare.
Toilets & Baby Changing
Customer toilets are available in Asda Living, Costa Coffee, KFC, Mothercare and Morrisons. Please note that public toilets are also available between Subway and Nando’s adjacent to the ATM’s
Click & Collect
A range of stores within the shopping park offer a Click & Collect service - please see our 'Shops' page for more information.
Lost & Found
For Lost & Found, please contact the security office or email Customer Services.
Parkgate Shopping Park offers a free BT Wi-Fi service so you can surf while you shop.
Wheelchairs are available to borrow from our security office.
With UK women said to be spending almost £500 a year on their nails*, it’s no wonder many savvy shoppers are now on a quest to perfect their manicure at home. It doesn’t have to be as tricky as it seems, though, just follow our eight simple steps.
Remove existing nail polish by soaking a cotton pad in an acetone-free nail polish remover (gentler, so you don’t damage or dehydrate your nails) and gently wipe over each nail until the nail bed is completely clean.
Slather your hands in a rich, moisturising hand lotion, paying particular attention to your cuticles. An oil-free cream is a great choice, as traces of oil will prevent your polish from staying put on your nails – hello chipped manicure.
Using an orange stick, gently push back your cuticles. Try not to push too far though – damaging the skin around the nails could prevent future growth.
Be careful about trimming cuticles. It’s a hotly contested topic, but most experts agree it’s not a good idea to cut excess skin off. A poor job can result in fraying of the cuticle, or even cause infection.
With your nails moisturised, use a file to gently form your desired shape. Metal can cause nails to splinter, so a glass file which is not so abrasive is the ideal choice. If you’re feeling brave and have nails long enough, why not try the nail shape of the season – coffin nails.
After you’ve filed your nails into shape, it’s time to buff them. Go gentle, as your polish may not adhere so well on a completely smooth surface, which means all your effort could be short lived.
Next comes the polish. Start with a strengthening base coat, which will prevent your nails staining and breaking easily. When you’ve chosen your colour, apply it in thin layers, with two coats for the best finish. If it’s your first time attempting a DIY manicure, start with a lighter colour, as it’s easier to hide any mistakes.
Finally, add some shine and sparkle, as well as another layer of protection, with a coat of clear varnish. To make your manicure last longer, repeat this process every couple of days, and keep moisturising too.