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|Monday||9am – 11pm|
|Tuesday||9am – 11:30pm|
|Wednesday||9am – 11:30pm|
|Thursday||9am – 11:30pm|
|Friday||9am – 11pm|
|Saturday||9am – 11pm|
|Sunday||9am – 10:30pm|
Opening times are for general guidance only, individual stores may vary. Please check retailer websites or our store pages for further details.
If you’re visiting us by car, we’re just a 10-minute drive from the heart of Milton Keynes. From the A5 Northbound, exit the road signposted Central Bletchley and take the first exit off Redmoor roundabout. Use MK1 1ST in your satnav to find us.
Our shopping and leisure park is just a 15-minute walk from Fenny Stratford train station, near the Milton Keynes Dons Stadium.
For the latest train times see http://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/service/ldbboard/dep/MKC
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Parking is free, so you can spend all day at MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park and with over 900 parking spaces, you’ll never have to worry about finding somewhere to park. There are 53 car parking spots available for Blue Badge Holders for easy access to stores. There are four free 7kw car charging points now available for all electric cars.
Customer toilets are available in some of our stores, these include: M&S.
Disabled toilets and baby changing facilities are available within M&S.
Order your items online and pick up in-store with Click & Collect at MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park. Parking is free all day and most shops are open late, so you’ll never have to worry about getting to the store in time to collect your items.
Please see individual store pages under the Stores tab for more information.
Our Smart Benches have USB connections so you can charge your smartphone while you relax.
Free WiFi is available so you can stay connected on the go.
MK1 Shopping & Leisure Park has one defibrillator onsite and can be found on the outside wall of the security office behind the leisure complex.
A defibrillator is a device that can restart the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest. You don’t need to be trained to use a defibrillator – anyone can use it. If required, each defibrillator displays clear instructions and voice prompts are activated when in use.
A passcode is required to access the defibrillator, guidance on how to obtain this is included on the instructions.