Trinity – Leeds

Good morning, how are you all? I’ve had a bit of better week, I took my final exam of my course and I’m happy to say I passed with flying colours 😀 so I’m just waiting to receive my Certificate to make it official, but I was very happy when I saw my score! Through sheer determination and support from my family I completed the course.

This past Sunday, we ventured to Leeds. which isn’t that far from us, so we could take dad out for abit, and I thought I would capture how different shopping has changed compared to before Lockdown and before this virus went Global.

Trinity

At Trinity Leeds, you’ll find more than 120 national and international brands under one iconic roof. Hungry shoppers are in luck with a range of over 40 top restaurants, coffee shops, bars and Trinity Kitchen – a unique mix of vibrant restaurants and street food vans.

Trinity Leeds is a shopping and leisure centre in the city centre of Leeds, England, named after the adjacent 18th-century Holy Trinity Church. Developed by Land Securities and designed by Chapman Taylor, it opened on 21 March 2013, with over 130,000 recorded visitors on opening day. The shopping centre has a concept food area in named Trinity Kitchen, hosting both permanent tenants and rotating “pop-up” vendors.[5] Everyman Cinemas opened a 3,700 m2 (40,000 sq ft) four screen art-house cinema in the centre, its first premises in the north of England.

Trinity Leeds is a shopping and leisure centre in the city centre of Leeds, England, named after the adjacent 18th-century Holy Trinity Church. Developed by Land Securities and designed by Chapman Taylor, it opened on 21 March 2013, with over 130,000 recorded visitors on opening day. 


Your safety is their number one priority, so they have rolled out lots of new in-centre signage to help you keep a safe distance from others while shopping.

There’s also a one-way system in place. Simply follow the arrows on the floor.

 They have installed hand sanitiser stations, and our in-centre cleaning teams will be working harder than ever to help make Trinity Leeds a safe place for everybody. 

Set over 3 floors, each floor has many different shops that you can brows in, but with them re-opening gradually at the moment, not all shops are accessible to go in.

On the 3rd floor, that’s where you would find the Cinema (which at the moment is temporarily closed), and you will also find the Trinity Kitchen, where you can get some food and a drink, obviously from a safe distance.

With the likes of YO! sushi, Shakeaway,Wasabi Sushi & Bento, Costa and T.G.I Fridays you’re bound to find something you like!

On the 2nd floor, there are a few more coffee shops, but the majority of it is shops, you can also go outside on this floor to shop around in M&S and WHSmiths and other shops that might take your interest. The toilets are also located on the this floor as well and are open.

Primark (which actually before the lining up procedure, was accessible), but you can only enter from the 2nd floor (where someone will let you know when you can go in).

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  • We are following government guidelines and limiting the number of customers allowed in store at any one time to allow for the appropriate distance in between customers and employees.
  • Clear signage and floor decals, as well as dedicated employees who are responsible for managing queues at tills and entrances to stores.
  • We have hired additional security staff to help customers follow social distancing measures while queueing to enter our store.
  • We have redesigned the layout of our stores to allow for more space between people by reconfiguring our queuing system at our till points to allow for social distancing. Dedicated employees are on hand to manage the correct flow of the queue.
  • We have temporarily closed off fitting rooms, customer toilets and our cafe and beauty concessions in stores which have them. We may review this policy as the situation develops and in line with government guidance
  • Entry and exit points are clearly marked.
  • Frequent tannoy announcements are made in store reminding customers to adhere to social distancing measures.

*Taken From the Primark website to ensure you what they are oding regarding keeping both their Customers and Employees safe.*

At Trinity Leeds, you’ll find more than 120 national and international brands under one iconic roof.

If you decide to go shopping at Trinity the location is:

Albion Street
Leeds
LS1 5AT

The Trinity Leeds car park has 630 spaces including 14 disabled bays and 8 bays for parents, making it the perfect place for easy access to the shopping centre and to the city centre. It’s safe, clean and open 24 hours. 
Entrance: via Swinegate opposite Bibis Restaurant See location on Google Maps
You navigate to Trinity Leeds Car Park with a Sat-Nav using the postcode LS1 4AG. The height restriction is 1.98m.

Now here’s a full directory of the shops and Restaurants that you can find…

3 Store logo

3 Store

Opening hours are subject to change. Find out more.

Absurd Bird  logo

Absurd Bird

Opening hours are subject to change. Find out more.

Alchemist logo

Alchemist

Angelica logo

Angelica

Apple logo

Apple

Beerhawk Leeds logo

Beerhawk Leeds

Boots logo

Boots

Botanist logo

Botanist

Brows  logo

Brows

Bubbleology logo

Bubbleology

Burger King logo

Burger King

Burton logo

Burton

Caffè Nero logo

Caffè Nero

Carluccio's logo

Carluccio’s

Charles Tyrwhitt logo

Charles Tyrwhitt

Claire's logo

Claire’s

Comptoir Libanais logo

Comptoir Libanais

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Costa Coffee logo

Costa Coffee

Cote Brasserie logo

Cote Brasserie

Crafthouse logo

Crafthouse

CrĂŞpeaffaire logo

CrĂŞpeaffaire

Damaged Society logo

Damaged Society

Deichmann logo

Deichmann

Doc Barnet logo

Doc Barnet

Doner Shack  logo

Doner Shack

Dorothy Perkins logo

Dorothy Perkins

EE logo

EE

Eurochange logo

Eurochange

Everyman Leeds Cinema logo

Everyman Leeds Cinema

Foot Locker logo

Foot Locker

Franco Manca logo

Franco Manca

Fraser Hart logo

Fraser Hart

Fridays logo

Fridays

Frozen Brothers logo

Frozen Brothers

Giraffe logo

Giraffe

H&M logo

H&M

HIND logo

HIND

Holland and Barrett logo

Holland and Barrett

Hollister logo

Hollister

Hotel Chocolat Shop & Cafe logo

Hotel Chocolat Shop & Cafe

Insomnia Coffee Company (Primark) logo

Insomnia Coffee Company (Primark)

iPatch logo

iPatch

iSmash  logo

iSmash

Khaadi logo

Khaadi

Kiko Milano logo

Kiko Milano

Krispy Kreme logo

Krispy Kreme

Leeds United Football Club Store  logo

Leeds United Football Club Store

Lego logo

Lego

Lindt logo

Lindt

Lovisa logo

Lovisa

M&S logo

M&S

Mango logo

Mango

McDonald's logo

McDonald’s

MEATLiquor logo

MEATLiquor

Millie's Cookies logo

Millie’s Cookies

Moss Bros logo

Moss Bros

Mr Pretzels logo

Mr Pretzels

My Cookie Dough logo

My Cookie Dough

Nando's logo

Nando’s

Neon Sheep  logo

Neon Sheep

New Look  logo

New Look

Next logo

Next

O2 logo

O2

Office logo

Office

Pandora logo

Pandora

Phillip Stoner logo

Phillip Stoner

Pho logo

Pho

Pizzaluxe  logo

Pizzaluxe

Primark logo

Primark

Regis logo

Regis

Replay logo

Replay

Rituals logo

Rituals

River Island logo

River Island

Rola Wala logo

Rola Wala

Rosas Thai  logo

Rosas Thai

Rox logo

Rox

Shakeaway logo

Shakeaway

Shufl at Trinity Kitchen logo

Shufl at Trinity Kitchen

Skechers logo

Skechers

Sky  logo

Sky

Smiggle logo

Smiggle

Superdry logo

Superdry

Swarovski logo

Swarovski

Tapped logo

Tapped

Tesco logo

Tesco

The Entertainer logo

The Entertainer

The Perfume Shop logo

The Perfume Shop

The Watch Lab logo

The Watch Lab

Timpson logo

Timpson

Topman logo

Topman

Topshop logo

Topshop

Tortilla logo

Tortilla

Trinity Kitchen Vans logo

Trinity Kitchen Vans

Trinity News logo

Trinity News

Urban Outfitters logo

Urban Outfitters

Victoria Secret Pink logo

Victoria Secret Pink

Victoria's Secret logo

Victoria’s Secret

Virgin Holidays logo

Virgin Holidays

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Vision Express logo

Vision Express

Wagamama logo

Wagamama

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Wasabi logo

Wasabi

Wilko logo

Wilkinson

Yo! Sushi logo

Shopping has definitely changed since compared to last year, having to line up before going in and having hands checked, things have really changed because of this Virus and even though some people might not like it, the shops have to put these measures in place to ensure the safety of others.

Thank you for reading this post, I will see you all next week! 😊

Back Next Week | Jackie Pick

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