With the arrival of many new stores including B & M Bargains and 99p Store at the Kingfishers these last years, the stores there have grown to 140 today. The Kingfisher Shopping Centre which opened with only 51 units, and one restaurant, in 1973, has gotten the facelift it needs to be among the 21st-century shopping centres. Based on researchers, a shopping centre is ranked by its attractiveness, size, and facilities, and the Kingfisher which used to be at the 20th place on the list moved up the list to the 19th place. So your shopping experience in the UK should not be limited because Kingfisher has thrived in their endeavour to expand their facilities and stores, so as to draw you to them.
Primark and Debenhams at Kingfisher Redditch offer the latest clothing style you need to look good and feel fabulous. Pure Gym, Sports Direct, JD Sport, and Trespass wants to give your sports wardrobe a new look, so you might want to try them for International sportswear and more. Flying Tiger wants to give you an exciting range of gifts, gadgets, and toys. You can park for free if you are going to Kingfishers at 6 pm. You can have an evening of delight at Nandos or Delightful Dessert, and maybe stop by the seven-screen Vue cinema if you need need to catch a new film. The whole family can stop by at the 360 Play centre for family entertainment time. You and your family can have a wonderful evening at the Kingfisher shopping centre.
Even the Kingfisher Shopping Centre Worcester Square has been changing in recent years. You can now take a short break at Costa Coffee store who provides drinks and snacks or take a seat in the centre before continuing your shopping adventure. You can follow updates from around the centre on the giant LED TV. Kingfishers have created new spaces for shopping at both the Redditch and Worcester centres.