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Frenchgate Centre, Doncaster

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
The Frenchgate Centre has been the heart of Doncaster for over 40 years, and was originally called the Arndale Centre after its creators, but was renamed in 1988 after a change of ownership, when it became know as Frenchgate.
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  • The Frenchgate Centre is a good shopping centre and has a number of the main retailers that you'd expect to see. It has a food hall section with a pub (The Mallard) and Trades Club as well as Burger K...  read more »
  • Main shopping centre in Doncaster town centre, with usual variety of shops / cafes etc Not as big as some of the other local town / city shopping centres, but it does the job in Doncaster 
  • This has really good high street stores and has good range of places to eat and has recently got restaurants aswell eg. Eds diner and cosmo. There is a large primark about 5 mins walk away, aswell as ...  read more »
  • Really good centre,although improvements get in the way but it'll all be worth it!
  • Good range of shops, ranging from bargain shops, department stores, clothing shops, homewares, and food and drink ranging from coffee shops, restaurants and even a pub. There is onsite payable parking, although Doncaster has plenty of other cheaper car parks close by.
  • Really well kept inside with a good range of shops. The food hall is really clean too.
  • I love the frenchgate, especially since its attracted new tenants. I can always find what I'm looking for.
  • Well laid out and good parking available
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