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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.
The summer holidays are drawing to a close and the start of a new school year is just around the corner.
Families have enjoyed a break from daily routine and the children have been staying up later. Thoughts of homework have been pushed firmly to the back of their minds as they’ve enjoyed rest days, busy days and fun days out with friends and family.
Follow our top tips to beat back-to-school time stress. . .
1.Summer holidays are the ideal time to book a check up for your children at the optician and dentist. You want them to return to school healthy as well as happy.
2.Get them back to school in style and tick off everything from the uniform checklist. Most supermarkets and high street stores now offer a great range of classic school colours as well as PE kit, dance and sportswear. Label all uniform. Get the stationery up to scratch with a new pencil case and writing material.
3.Now is the time to get the children to start going to bed and waking up as they would on school days – whatever their age it can take a while for their bodies to adjust to non-summer hours.
4.If you haven’t been able to arrange for your children to see classmates during the holidays then try and do so over the next couple of weeks to rebuild social ties before they start the new school year together.
5.Lay out the uniform the night before along with relevant books and PE kit if needed.
6.Set a breakfast and morning routine that works for the whole family. It may mean setting out plates and planning breakfast the night before or getting up a little earlier to help ease morning stress.
7.Keep a small emergency allowance in your children’s bags, in case they need to buy a snack or a drink.
8.Freeze a few easy dinners so that meal preparation will not add to household tensions during the first week at school.
9.Once you’re out of the front door, make a rule to not go back for anything they’ve forgotten. They will soon learn to check they have everything they need.
10.Take a deep breath. With all this preparation, your children will be in great shape for school. If you’re relaxed and calm, they’ll head off to school feeling excited about their day ahead.
11.Finally, as tempting as it may seem, never go out in your pyjamas and slippers. You can be guaranteed that will be the morning you get asked to pop into the school office, break down or lock yourself out…