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Lakeside Village, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
LAKESIDE VILLAGELakeside Village, previously The Yorkshire Outlet, has recently undergone a radical and impressive makeover, greatly improving the landscape, centre facilities and range of outlet shops.
Now with over 45 outlet shops to choose from offering up to 60% OFF rrp on a host of famous brands, plus regular entertainment and live events all set within a unique village environment, you have all the ingredients for a great day out!
DirectionsLakeside Village is situated on the edge of Lakeside, Doncaster, an exciting and fast growing development area just outside the town centre. East to find and get to, the centre is excellent located about 1 mile from junction 3, M18. You can reach the M18 from the M1, M62 or A1.
AA road signage directs you to the centre.
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FacilitiesBaby change room
Children’s play area
Coach driver incentives
Restaurant and café
OPENING TIMESMon, Tues, Wed, Fri and Sat: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Thurs: 10.00am - 8pm - LATE NIGHT SHOPPING
Sunday: 11.00am - 5.00pm
ParkingAmple FREE car parking is available at Lakeside Village with 1,000 car spaces as well as 10 coach bays.
Contact Details01302 366 4444
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Luke Bentley from Rossington, Doncaster: I remember one time when the name was still the yorkshire outlet, i had travelled what seemed a very long time just to get to this new shopping sensation. When i arrived i looked round and marvelled at the beauty i saw, i remember then walking round the area to see what else i could look at in amazement. I remember running into to a park within the grounds and hitting the fence on the way in, i then rolled for what seemed a good few metres and was landed on by a kid jumping from a swing. I always look back at that hilarious moment, and it brings me to term with the fact that we all have embarassing moments and no-one is different.