Cribbs Causeway

Cribbs Causeway is a fantastic shopping complex within easy reach from Torbay and Teignbridge, with under 2 hours drive away, you can look forward to a full days shopping ahead! REDZ TRAVEL will provide you with a professional driver and vehicle for up to 8 passengers for the whole day for just £120! Thats only £15pp for 8 passengers!

We can collect you from multiple address if you require, however in the interest of more shopping time for you, picking up from the same address would be quicker!

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Here’s a little info about Cribbs Causeway to wet your shopaholic appetite!

The Venue

The Venue is an entertainment complex featuring a VUE cinema (formally Warner Village Cinema), Hollywood Bowl a ten-pin bowling alley (opened in November 2004, location was previously a Dave & Buster’s), Fitness First and eateries, such as Frankie & Benny’s, Bella Italia and T.G.I. Friday’s.

Other sections

The two retail parks are warehouse style shops with entrances from outside. The first retail park is a group of large shops containing shops such as Argos, Currys, and Comet.

Nearby is a second retail park containing Carpet World, Halfords, Hobbycraft, T.K. Maxx, Easy Living Furniture, Maplin Electronics and Tesco Homeplus.

Other shops include the United Kingdom’s first ASDA-Wal-Mart Supercentre, the first Morrisons supermarket in the south of England which opened in September 2003, Wickes, Toys “R” Us, Makro and DFS, also car dealers, warehouses, pubs and hotels. In a lane that passes under the motorway, is the Cribbs Business Centre.

A B&Q Warehouse is now completed on the site previously owned by Tile World and Magnet. It is situated near the Morrisons supermarket. It also houses a Furniture Village.

The Mall

The Mall, opened on 31 March 1998, comprises 135 shops on two levels, although some of the large stores occupy more levels. The major businesses are Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, W H Smith and Boots. At its centre point The Mall has a large fountain with a water display. Money thrown into the fountain is donated to local charities, the company reports it raises in excess of £10,000 a year for local charities.