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The Avenue Shopping Centre

Situated in the upmarket leafy suburb of Newton Mearns, The Avenue Shopping Centre is a hidden gem for shopaholics and for those people who just want to avoid the impersonal sprawl common to many of the bigger shopping centres. ??Closer than you may think, The Avenue is situated at Mearns Cross on Ayr Road just off the motorway - along the M77 on to the A77 and you’re there. The Avenue is serviced by 1000 FREE car parking spaces.??In this age of trolley-dash shopping culture, The Avenue provides a calm, more relaxed atmosphere whilst still providing shoppers with an extensive range of stores. From great name retailers Asda, M&S, Greggs, Superdrug, New Look and Waterstones, to unique independents offering fashion, gifts and homeware, a butchers, fishmongers and hairdresser and beauty salon. Not to mention essential services such as a post office, banks and opticians – Everything you need is all under one roof! With regular free entertainment there is fun for all the family. From seasonal centre events to weekly Funday Sunday entertainment, 11am – 4pm, including balloon modelling, face painting and visits from everyone’s favourite mall mascots, Newton and Fearn! Keep up to date with all the latest events and offers on our website or why not pop in and visit next time you are passing?

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250 Ayr Road
Newton Mearns
G77 6AA

0141 639 5926



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Nice clean centre, with a good range of shops. Helpful staff, one way system for social distancing. Loads of parking spaces as well.

- Alan C - 02-09-2021

I'm sure there used to be a canopy at the entrance so you could come up from the underground car park and stay dry all the way. Hate getting soaked in the dash from the covered walkway! Why has it gone?Most of the better shops have gone. Clarks, Next. Could M&S not expand into the old Next site? It's hardly worth going except for food shopping.

- Norma MacGill - 14-03-2016