Bangor's City Status: Heart

The creativity of its people, from earliest times to present day musicians and producers, is a key part of Bangor’s DNA and creativity truly flourishes in Bangor. The Borough inspires and supports many key influencers within the music industry including Van Morrison, Snow Patrol, Two Door Cinema Club, Foy Vance, and Hannah Peel. Ards and North Down is also home to several successful companies involved in music production for TV and film for the global market.

Independent charity, Open House, undertook ambitious plans to regenerate Bangor Court House as a permanent home for the Open House Festival, a month long music and arts festival in August including a Seaside Revival Vintage Festival, and a much-needed multi-purpose music and art venue serving the City.

Open House originated in Belfast in 1999 but in 2013 its founders Alison Gordon and Kieran Gilmore chose to relocate it to their hometown of Bangor.

“Formerly known as The Brighton of Ireland, Bangor’s economy from the late Victorian era to the mid-20th century was built around tourism, entertainment, leisure and hospitality. When choosing to set up in Bangor, we firmly believed that it could once again become a thriving seaside town, with arts and cultural activity at the heart of its identity and economy.

Since 2013, the annual Bangor Open House Festival has grown steadily, with more than 60,000 people visiting festival events annually, contributing an economic impact in excess of £2M a year.

In December 2020 Open House took ownership of the former Court House on Bangor seafront - an iconic Victorian listed building - via Northern Ireland’s first ever Community Asset Transfer. The project was funded by Ards and North Down Borough Council, as well as a range of organisations including the National Lottery Heritage Fund.  The building has undergone Phase 1 of a restoration and transformation plan, creating a venue for arts and cultural events.

There is no doubt Bangor’s heart beats to the rhythm of the sea and coastline that surrounds it, with the vibrancy of the many creatives and businesses who work in it and is sustained by the pride, resourcefulness and energy of its many residents. 

In the words of one of its most famous sons, Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody: 

“I’ll always come back to Bangor. It’s my home and it’s my heart…(LA is)…never going to outshine home”

Northern Ireland artist Colin Davidson had the honour of painting a portrait of her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth.  It was unveiled in 2016 at the Co-Operation Ireland reception in London attended by both the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. 

For over 20 years Bangor has been Colin’s home and he says: “As an artist I find its coastline endlessly inspiring and uplifting.  It connects me with my place in the world.  When you listen, it has so many ancient stories to tell.  I remember clearly, sitting painting the Queen in the yellow drawing room of Buckingham Palace, talking about home. Talking about Bangor”.

The acclaimed Aspects Irish Literature Festival is held in Bangor annually and has done for over 30 years.  The Festival showcases superb writing talent from all over the island of Ireland and previous participants include Seamus Heaney, Fergal Keane, Colin Bateman and Van Morrison.

Bangor also has a diverse retail heart. Over 1000 businesses operate in the City, from the centre out to the numerous retail parks that encircle Bangor. As well as familiar High Street names, there are numerous independent retailers offering an eclectic, unique mix of products and services, some of whom have operated in Bangor for decades. Others are new to the City, with half a dozen new business setting up in recent months. 

Three of Bangor's independent retailers - David Mawhinney and Sons, McKeown's Fish and Poultry, and Party Treasures - share below their thoughts on the City of Bangor. They explain why they chose Bangor, how they support local residents and their hopes for the future of the city. 

   

Spotlight on Bangor Retail

David Mawhinney and Sons Butchers

Mawhinney’s Manager, George Burns has been a butcher in Bangor for 44 years and has worked in Mawhinney’s for the last 5 years. Originally a butcher in his own family business - Burns of Abbey Street, George started when he was a tender 13 year old and then moved to David Mawhinney’s after his family shop sadly closed. George has given a significant portion of his life to working in Bangor he has seen marked changes in both Bangor and in the customer. George has watched Bangor evolve and then fall back a bit, but he recognises the changes ahead will make a huge, positive difference to city.

George witnessed an evolution or revolution in customer demand. Over his 44 years, he has seen a huge growth in the interest in food - TV cookery programmes increasing in popularity, the explosion of online information, encyclopaedic arrays of cookery videos and books. Today’s consumer also has access to global travel; experiencing foods and flavours from every corner of the world. Customers are more educated, more discerning expecting variety, freshness, quality, all in an instant, on-demand convenient shopping, when it suits them. For almost half a century, Geore has watched this progression, including the birth of the “foodie”, and has driven Mawhinney’s to move with the times.

In this ever-changing landscape, Mawhinney’s has recognised and reacted to the need to evolve. Established 101 years ago in 1922, and passed from father to son down the Bangorian generations, it was and still is a traditional butcher’s shop, opened to serve the people of Bangor. To stay relevant, they have diversified, adding an impressive deli offering, a grab and go option, as well as pre-prepared meals for customers who are time-conscious. Rather than stand still Mawhinney’s has responded to consumer demand and is probably now ahead of the times.

In George’s view, Bangor is still a very vibrant city despite the empty spaces, with a huge amount potential. While Council is trying to move the city forward, and Bangor Marine working on Main Street and Queens Parade, George says positivity is what’s needed in the city, not negativity. His message to the public is simple - support your local shops. Come and see the variety of shops that are here, what is on offer, take the time to really shop Bangor.

George would love to see more independent retailers in Bangor, bringing with them their unique, eclectic range of goods. Those that are here are working really hard day in day out, and do their very best to give the people of Bangor, and beyond, the very best service. Everyone just needs the public to start coming back and shopping local, supporting those who are there trying to support them.

David Mawhinney & Sons (davidmawhinneybutchers.co.uk)

McKeown’s Fish and Poultry

McKeown’s Fish & Poultry Bangor is a family run business based in High Street. Established in 1891, on the same site it occupies today, it is Bangor’s oldest business and one of the last bastions of traditional fishmongery, if not the only one left in the Borough. At 84 years young, Mr Sean McKeown, the grandson of founder of Mr James McKeown is a third-generation owner. He has worked in the shop for over 70 incredible years but is sadly now the last in line to head up this long-surviving, foodies haven.

Variety, quality and freshness are the key ingredients to the success of McKeowns with fish sourced locally from Portavogie, Kilkeel and Ardglass as well as mainland markets in Peterhead. In recent years they have also gone further afield to the North Sea , Sri Lanka and even Singapore & Indonesia to expand the variety for their increasingly adventurous and discerning customers.

McKeowns also stock a wide variety of traditional fish including haddock, cod, plaice, lemon sole, brill, trout, salmon, Dover sole, bream and oysters as well as the more exotic red snapper and perch. They also specialise in their own smoked salmon, renowned throughout North Down and beyond.

Alongside regular clientele, the shop welcomes trade from holiday makers and visitors who enjoy the shops unique offering particularly in the summer. However, as with many retailers, the winter months are tougher, but his regular clients return time and again to take advantage of the unique, fresh selection of seafood and poultry that far surpasses any predictable supermarket provision.

Sean is aware he may not get to witness the proposed waterfront transformation but is very hopeful for the future of Bangor and is in no doubt any development and investment will bring significant benefits to the area. Like may retailers, Sean is keen for locals to support family businesses like his.

“We have been here for over 100 years and still offer a range like no other. Supermarkets are convenient but supporting an independent supports the families that run them. We can tell you where the fish came from, how to cook it, what to serve it with. Our experience is unmatched, and we welcome customers and to call in and chat to us about our fish and poultry and try something fresh, local or unique.”

McKeowns Fish & Poultry - Bangor, Co Down, Northern Ireland (mckeownsfishmongers.co.uk)

Party Treasures

Party Treasures does exactly what it says on the tin. Based at the top of High Street, and open 6 days a week, the shop offers an Aladdin’s cave of all things celebratory. Balloons, banners, badges, fancy dress, sparklers, seasonal accessories – just some of the fantastic fayre in Eleanor Wilson’s eclectic shop. For 13 years, the shop has been delivering the fun factor to residents, visitors, care homes, dance troupes, youth groups and businesses, as well as being a regular at many street markets. Eleanor’s passion for Bangor is obvious. A local who raised her children in the city, Eleanor decided to open the shop to support residents and the Bangor retail scene.

Despite her passion, Eleanor is disappointed to read the increasing online negativity surrounding Bangor. With retailers like her turning up every day, working tirelessly to support locals with their offerings, Eleanor is upset when she reads comments suggesting Bangor has nothing to offer. She wants to see more people coming into Bangor, walking High Street and Main Street to see how many shops are actually trading and shop the often-unique offerings.

Eleanor says:

“To keep our livelihoods and to be able to continue to support residents, we need local people especially to support local and family run businesses. Come, see and enjoy what we each have and start to look forward to the future of Bangor. This investment in our city is hugely significant, not everywhere gets this level of funding and that can only be a positive thing.

Online retailing has undoubtedly changed the high street, but there is still an amazing array of retailers, on the doorstep, with knowledge and advice that should not be ignored. Plus, its great craic chatting, and customers should remember a purchase from a local business is more appreciated than one from an anonymous online retail giant.”

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Retailer and Business List, City of Bangor

Retail in Shops in Bangor (E&OE: Errors and Omissions Excepted)

Belfast Road 

  • Steenson Plumbing and Electrical 
  • The Hair Salon by Katie Milliken  
  • Bangor Autoparts 
  • Marciano’s Plus Takeaway 
  • Roxbury Barber Shop  
  • Richard Dorrian Cars 
  • Cargo Coffee 
  • The Chip Stop 
  • Spar  
  • Vets 4 Pets  
  • Caseys Brows and Beauty 
  • DKY Hair Company 
  • Orchardville Employment  
  • Asha Tandoori 
  • Hillmount Garden Centre  

Brunswick Road 

  • McMullans Grocery  
  • Brunswick Dental Practice 
  • Mercer Dental Care 

Bryansburn Road 

  • Winemark 
  • Spar/Maxol 
  • The Bryansburn Bar & Grill  

Rathmore Road 

  • Coffee Cure 
  • Boots 
  • Gatsby International Hairdressers 
  • The Salt House 
  • Dining Oriental 
  • House of Beauty 
  • Spar 

Abbey Street 

  • Gordons Chemist 
  • Irvine’s Butchers 
  • Star of Bengal Indian Restaurant 
  • RJ Electrics 
  • Lili’s Chinese Restaurant 
  • Glitzy’s Dog Grooming 
  • The Barber Lounge 
  • Speediwash Laundry 
  • Dominos Pizza 
  • Bangor Nails and Spa 
  • Dr Herbs & Acupuncture 
  • Abbey Pharmacy 
  • Belvoir Letting Agents 
  • La Belle Femme Beauty Salon 
  • No70 Hair 
  • David Russell & Co Solicitors 
  • Porky’s Smokehouse 
  • Panda House Chinese takeaway 
  • Stephen Farry MP 
  • Jenny Lindop Bridal 
  • Yaks Nepalese & Indian Restaurant 
  • Spence Carpets 
  • The Station Diner 
  • The Hair & Beauty Boutique 
  • Knoxy’s PCs 
  • Abbey Street Dental Care 
  • Abbey Dance Studios 
  • A Cake for All Seasons 
  • Legacy Tattoo 
  • Lawrain Hair Artist 
  • Eastern Dental Laboratory 
  • Marerosa Chinese takeaway 
  • Credit Union 
  • Crumtons Toy and Model Shop 
  • Self Help Africa 
  • Woolshop 

Train station 

  • Candy World Railway Court  

Dufferin Avenue 

  • Toals Bookmakers 
  • Turkis(H)airways Barber 
  • Touch of Class Vaping 
  • Kalye Fillipino Street Food 
  • New China takeaway 
  • Bangor Master Locksmith 
  • Furman Shoe Menders 
  • Honeyz Nail and Beauty Salon 
  • John Robb Interiors 
  • Jazz Hair 
  • Alan James Barber 
  • Green Chilli Restaurant 
  • Hamilton Morris Waugh Chartered Accountants 
  • Arredare Lighting Shop 
  • Ardornas Kitchens & Interiors 
  • Bookends 
  • Live Love Yoga 

Upper Main Street  

  • Ava Wine Bar 
  • Barry’s Lemontops 
  • Post Office 
  • Cotters 
  • Sostrene Grene 
  • DV8 Fashion 
  • Menarys 
  • Mackey Opticians 
  • Eclectic pilates, beauty & wellness 
  • Oasis Travel 
  • Pinkertons sales, letting, property management 
  • Telfords Opticians 
  • The Zip Yard 
  • Bangor Travel 
  • Bangla Bangladeshi & Indian dining 
  • Janet Fullerton Jewellers 
  • The Mortgage Shop 
  • Asda 
  • Hospice Shop 
  • Carnaby vintage & curios 
  • O2 
  • Excel Clothing 
  • Boots 
  • Neill Estate Agents 
  • Faceware Science 
  • Heatherlea 
  • UPS property services 
  • AXA Insurance 

Market Street 

  • Curious Candy 
  • Cancer Focus 
  • Action Cancer 
  • Johnston Florist 
  • Barber Studio 
  • Custom Hair 
  • Café Taste 
  • Ziggi Cig (Vape) 
  • Precise Protect Insurance 
  • Bz Events & Dazzling Designs 
  • Arlene’s Hair Boutique 
  • The Haven Yoga Studio 
  • The Laundry Chute 
  • Beauty Secrets 
  • Asda 

Central Avenue 

  • The Imperial Bar 
  • Sunflower Sandwich bar 
  • Age NI 
  • Central Cutz 
  • Hemptations 
  • The Health Store at Harvest 
  • Central Bakery 
  • Choons Records, music 
  • Hell Yeah custom tattoo 
  • E Havlin & Sons Locksmiths 
  • Roberts of Bangor 
  • Lightfoot zero waste market 
  • Puppy Love grooming 
  • Coffee Rustler 
  • AlBe’s Gluten Free Bakery & Chilled goods 
  • Bank of Ireland 

Lower Main Street  

  • Seacourt Print Workshop 
  • CeX entertainment exchange 
  • Boom Studios 
  • David Mawhinney Butchers 
  • Nationwide Building Society 
  • Greggs bakery 
  • Santander 
  • Subway 
  • Savers 
  • Card Factory 
  • Neros coffee house 
  • Oxfam 
  • Halifax Building Society 
  • Reed Rains estate agents 
  • Barclays Bank 
  • The Red Berry 
  • Oasis Gaming 
  • Little Wing Pizza 
  • North Down Community Network Hub 
  • Kook 
  • Captain’s Table 
  • British Heart Foundation 
  • Sally Salon Services 
  • Assisi Animal Sanctuary 
  • McCoubrey Hinds Solicitors 
  • Diamond Nails 
  • The Goat’s Toe 
  • Elysian Therapies 
  • Susan Mackey Hair 
  • Billy Hamilton Trophies 

King Street 

  • Bokhara Restaurant 
  • Simple Simons bakery 
  • The Happy Coffee Bean 
  • King Street Kitchen 
  • The Winning Post 
  • Toals Bookmaker 

Hamilton Road 

  • Mustangs Barber Shop 
  • Wilson and Nesbitt Solicitors 
  • Café Essence 
  • The Yogurt Tree 
  • Nicholas Graham Aveda Salon 
  • The Independent Group Estate Agents 
  • Tom’s Dining Rooms 
  • Briterome 
  • Four Oracles Tattoo 
  • Roka Coffee House 
  • Clear Dental 

Castle Street  

  • Teddy’s Bar 
  • Haircut 100 
  • Weddings & Events NI Bangor Balloons 
  • Noctura Interiors 
  • Face Facts 
  • HD Hair 
  • Beachside Kitchens 

High Street  

  • Doodle & Boom 
  • Piccola Pizza 
  • Twilight Zone gaming 
  • Bebe Adrianos 
  • PHAT Bastard Burger 
  • Betty Blacks 
  • Donegans 
  • Baillies Menswear 
  • Spice Island 
  • Hope Charity Shop 
  • YMCA 
  • McKeown’s Fishmonger 
  • Til Death Tattoos 
  • Wee Shop 
  • Chillies takeaway 
  • Marios takeaway 
  • Wolsey’s Bar and Restaurant 
  • Kare Kabs 
  • Fealty’s 
  • Jenny Watt’s 
  • Bangor Cabs 
  • Windmill Guitars 
  • Dolce Vita Pizzeria 
  • Sandwishes 
  • Mauds 
  • Down to Earth 
  • Camile Thai restaurant 
  • Thindi Indian Food Joy 
  • Positive Futures 
  • Featherston Clements 
  • British Red Cross 
  • Faith Mission Bookshop 
  • Salon 75 
  • First Choice Recruitment 
  • Sew Unique 
  • Gent & Craig Insurances 
  • Todd Navigation 
  • Thomas Family Butchers 
  • Wineflair 
  • Pooches Palace 
  • Istanbul Barbers Shop 
  • Kung Fu takeaway 
  • Replay game shop 
  • Homestart 
  • Kevin Kahan Salon 
  • Bradley Art Gallery 
  • Gordon Smyth Estate Agent 
  • Feherty Travel 
  • Gorgeous Hair 
  • Wallhangers 
  • Jacqui Bothwell Hair 
  • Kyber Pass takeaway 
  • ABAANA 
  • Criterion Interiors 
  • Maguire Pharmacy 
  • The Milkshake Shack 
  • Bangor Colour Copy Shop 
  • Value Vapes 
  • Saigon Nails 
  • Breathe Beauty Salon 
  • Davenport Printing Services 
  • Turkish Barber Shop 
  • Gwendoline Bridal Shop 
  • City Best Takeaway 
  • Millars Fish & Chips 
  • Underground Dining 
  • Party Treasures 
  • Haven Hair 
  • Homme Gents Hair 
  • The Nutmeg 
  • Sightcare Opticians 
  • Azure Beauty Clinic 
  • Floral Design 
  • The Hair Lounge 
  • The Pilates Studio 
  • Design Ethos 
  • Focus Menswear 
  • Quik Cabs 
  • Bangor Optometrist 
  • Omeya Day Spa 
  • Greedy Gorb 
  • Hop House 
  • Rutledge Recruitment 
  • Blu BBQ 
  • Karizma barber 
  • MOI Boutique 
  • Blush Hair 
  • Nugelato 
  • O. Ramsden Opticians 
  • North Down Funeral Directors 
  • Vapemeister 
  • Miami Tanning Studio 
  • High Street Plaza (Map Here) 
  • Karina’s Barber Shop 
  • Candy & Co 
  • Valentine’s Espresso bar & cakery 

Prospect Road 

  • Robinson Goldsmiths 
  • The Beauty Studios 
  • Amour Flooring  

Bingham Street  

  • Flawless Beauty Clinic 
  • Bangor Footcare 
  • Seven Ate Nine 
  • Glenn Vet Clinic 
  • Mellons 
  • Outsiders Male Grooming 

Queens Parade 

  • Ladbrokes 
  • Caproni 

Bridge Street 

  • Andrews & Gregg Estate Agents 
  • Regency Gift House 
  • McCulloughs 
  • The Marine Coffee House & Eatery 
  • Olive Tree Artisan Café 
  • Café Cod 
  • Rough Stuff 
  • Rose & Chandlers 

Quay Street  

  • Casino 
  • The Court House: Open House 
  • Marine Court Hotel 
  • Rabbit Rooms 
  • Guillemot Deli 

Gray’s Hill 

  • Goldenage Antiques 
  • Billy Brown’s Barber Shop 
  • Chic Beauty Clinic 
  • Boyd Golf Course Accessories 
  • Eye Candy Tattoo Studio 
  • Beehouse gifts, art & coffee 
  • McQueenie Boyle Solicitors 
  • Dog’s Life 
  • North Down Chiropractic Clinic 
  • Harmony hair 
  • Munchies 
  • The Bearded Goat 
  • Alternative Ink 
  • The Barber’s Chair 
  • Fingerprint Learning 
  • Tuk Tuk Asian Bistro 
  • Polita 

Dunlop Business Park Balloo Drive 

  • Adornas Kitchens & Interiors 
  • AMS Mobility Services 
  • Architectural Ceramics 
  • Art & Framing 
  • Auto Windscreens Motorspares NI 
  • Balloo Hire 
  • Balloo Skip Hire 
  • Bangor Fuels 
  • Bangor Ju-Jitsu 
  • Bangor Signage 
  • Bassetts Bathroom & Tile Showroom  
  • BC Hair – hairdressing and beauty salon 
  • Beat Box Music Recording Studio 
  • C and R Interiors kitchen installers 
  • Café B - café supplier 
  • Card Connect telesales 
  • Cascade Blinds 
  • Charisma Blinds 
  • CH Kitchen 
  • Cunningham Global Freight Services 
  • Freak or Unique Hairdressing Salon  
  • G.A.T.E Interiors Industrial flooring 
  • Harvest Jacks Food 
  • Hannah Fireplaces 
  • HHI PVC Cladding 
  • Howdens  
  • Indigo (NI) Audio visual systems 
  • Ivan Kerr Tyres 
  • Johnstones Paints 
  • Koko’s Barbers 
  • MCA Systems – electrical control panels  
  • McCracken Flooring  
  • MD Manufacture (joinery) 
  • Morrigan Ltd (gift manufacturer) 
  • Motorspares 
  • One Stop Mortgage Shop 
  • On Your Marks Tuition 
  • Peninsula Martial Arts 
  • Perfect Car Services (mechanic) 
  • Photo Dock (photo shop) 
  • Pubs Clubs and Interiors 
  • Pure Illumination   
  • Roof Guard 
  • Roy Bruce Car Sales  
  • Safety Advice Centre (training) 
  • Seacourt Print Workshop 
  • Semo Auto Car Repairs 
  • Smart Pets Dog Grooming 
  • Soups by James (café food supplier) 
  • Spuds and Subs (Sandwich and hot food bar) 
  • Urban Pup (internet retail) 
  • Stoves & C Wood Burning Stoves 
  • Tag-Air – air conditioning 
  • Tanning Bureau – tanning salon  
  • The Bangor Laundry (ironing & laundry) 
  • The Golf Spot Ltd – golf equipment 
  • The Heatherlea (bakery) 
  • The Signature Works – clothing logo printing 
  • Thyssenkrupp Elevators UK 
  • Tile Works 
  • Tile Rosso -tile supplier 
  • Tiles Direct - tile supplier 
  • Turkish Hairways  
  • Twirl Fit Dance Studio 
  • Staks Ltd 
  • Used Clothing Company 
  • Kwik Fit 
  • Davys Bikes 
  • Woodstoc 
  • Kerrs Tyres and Auto 
  • Mango Direct Marketing 
  • Balloo Hire 
  • KFC 
  • Sainsburys/Petrol 
  • Homebase 
  • Spectator  
  • Whale Pumps 

Clandeboye Retail Park 

  • Harry Corry 
  • Home Bargains 
  • Currys 
  • Sofa Time 
  • Dreams 
  • Halfords 
  • Toscana Retail Park 
  • Apache Pizza  
  • Clearly Kids Bangor 
  • Clear Day Nurseries 
  • Pure Gym 
  • Ground Espresso  

Clandeboye Road 

  • Screwfix 
  • Jolleys 
  • Lynas Food 
  • Budget Conservatories/doors/windows 
  • The Tyre Centre 
  • Bangor Football Club  
  • Denman 
  • Ascot Dry Cleaners 
  • Tropical Tan Salon 
  • Task Recruitment 
  • In the Name of Cod Take away 
  • Winemark  
  • Blackout Barbershop 
  • Clear Pharmacy 

Church Street  

  • Nearby Newsagents 
  • Millikens Farm Butchers 
  • The Singing Kettle  
  • Vacuum Hospital  
  • LD Beauty Suite  
  • Financial Solutions (NI) LLP 
  • The Nail Place & Training School 
  • World Foods 
  • Colins Hot Foods Takeaway  
  • Clear Pharmacy  

Newtownards Road 

  • Clear Pharmacy 
  • Spar/Maxol 
  • Wineflair 

South Circular Business Park 

  • The Original Factory Shop 
  • Mervyn Stewart Suzuki 
  • MG Motor  
  • Club 24 Fitness 
  • Airtastic 

Bloomfield Road 

  • LIDL 
  • Head Space Hair Spa  

Bloomfield Shopping Centre & Retail park 

  • TK Maxx 
  • Next 
  • JD Sports 
  • Superdrug 
  • Danske Bank 
  • Timpsons 
  • The Works 
  • Argento 
  • Vision Express 
  • Accessories 
  • Holland & Barrett 
  • Claires Accessories 
  • Jack & Jones 
  • Costa 
  • Trespass 
  • Poundland 
  • Boots 
  • Beleek Living 
  • Marks & Spencer 
  • Hays Travel 
  • Card Factory 
  • River Island 
  • DV8 
  • Specsavers 

Balloo Road 

  • The Pit Stop 
  • MacBlair Builders Merchant 

Gransha Road 

  • JP Corry 
  • Eurospar/BP 
  • Gaze Chinese Takeaway 
  • The Salt House Fish & Chips 
  • Four Star Pizza 

Springhill Retail Park 

  • Tesco 
  • New Look 
  • Subway 
  • Costa Coffee 
  • Starbucks 
  • Peacocks  
  • Sports Direct 
  • Gordons Chemist 
  • Active Health 
  • Bupa 
  • Ulster Bank  
  • Rathmore Road 
  • Coffee Cure 
  • Boots 
  • Gatsby International Hairdressers 
  • The Salt House 
  • Dining Oriental 
  • House of Beauty 
  • Spar 

Rathgael Road 

  • Spar/BP 
  • Winemark 
  • Ruby King Chinese Take Away 
  • Grill’d 
  • Bilal Indian Cuisine 
  • Barnardos 
  • Scotch Corner Café  
  • Super Chippy