St.George's Shopping Centre • Preston Guild City
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St.George's Shopping Centre

Interior view of the Bull Ring looking down on Costa coffee, St George's Centre, Preston

St George's Shopping Centre sits conveniently in the heart of Preston Guild City and is located between the city’s two main shopping streets, Fishergate and Friargate.

Home to a large selection of popular big name retailers, as well as a number of independent shops. Stores here include a host of major fashion chains, opticians, established jewellery retailers, popular health and beauty shops, card/ gift outlets, phone shops, photography shops, footwear retailers, art and much more. For a full list of retailers visit St.George's Shopping Centre.

The centre is also home to GAME's BELONG™ gaming arena, featuring cutting edge gaming PCs and the very latest tech.

Add all this to an array of eateries, from sit and eat cafés through to a wide choice of food to go outlets, plus a bustling city vibe, and you can see why St George's continues to attract thousands of visitors since it first opened its doors in 1966.

Opening times

Opening times vary throughout the year. For up to date opening times visit St George's Shopping Centre - Opening Times.

Events at St George's Shopping Centre

Alongside shopping, eating and drinking, St George's also put on regular events for shoppers to experience and enjoy.

Check out all upcoming events by visiting our What's On Calendar.


  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Cycle racks
  • Toilets
  • Baby changing
  • Privacy cubicles for breast feeding
  • Disabled access
  • Car park (pay and display) with dedicated family and disabled spaces and Electric Vehicle Charging Systems 

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Map address for St.George's Shopping Centre

St George’s Shopping Centre, Preston, PR1 2TU.