The commercial hustle and bustle of the town strikes a perfect harmony between past and present. The town centre has many high street names including Jaeger, Barbour, Lakeland, Laura Ashley, Boots and M&S. Away from the household brands Beverley is famous for its market which providing a vibrant and colourful backdrop every Saturday and Wednesday. The town also has many smaller, independent shops, specialists and boutiques displaying a range of chic and exclusive brands not offered by the larger chains. Antique shops and craft arcades mix with hairdressers and beauticians to complete the Beverley offer.
The Georgian Quarter is an architecturally fascinating street, divided by the North Bar containing a number of listed buildings. An area that is a thriving retail, leisure, and business centre as well as being a popular tourist destination. Its premier location, street scene and grandeur has meant specialist retailers, boutique shops, quality restaurants, cafes and traditional pubs have become well established, particularly amongst style savvy shoppers, who also revel in the diverse food and drink offer.
Flemingate brings shopping and fun close to the heart of the town. High street names mix with local retailers to bring a big name brand experience to Beverley. Cafes, restaurants, a six screen cinema, Premier Inn and 500 space multi storey car park sit alongside this fantastic retail offer. Whether its daytime or evening you’ll find that this new shopping and leisure centre has quickly established itself as a “must” place to visit, for young and old alike.