Cheshire Oaks was the first and remains the UK’s largest Designer Outlet. With a quarter-million square feet of retail space, comprising more than 145 boutiques, restaurants and cafés, Cheshire Oaks isn’t merely the UK’s largest Designer Outlet. We have a wide range of brands, offering something to suit every taste. Highlights range from athletic labels, like Nike and Adidas, and high-street favourites, like Marks & Spencer and Next, to a selection of iconic fashion brands, including Burberry, Polo, Michael Kors and Hugo Boss.
Monday 9:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 9:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 9:00 - 20:00
Thursday 9:00 - 20:00
Friday 9:00 - 20:00
Saturday 9:00 - 20:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Please note that due to Sunday trading legislation our larger stores will open 11:00 - 17:00 on Sundays.
M&S Christmas Advert 2017 - Paddington Bear
M&S Christmas 2017
The Christmas season wouldn’t be complete without mouthwatering TV adverts boasting succulent turkeys and glistening piles of pigs in blankets. But this year, the traditional festive feast is set to include something rather greener. Revealing its Christmas menu, Marks & Spencer had opted to provide more vegetarian options than meat dishes. M&S says it hopes that the country's growing number of so-called flexitarians – those who are not vegetarian but are actively limiting their meat intake – will swap their traditional turkey for its new range of gourmet plant-based dinners.
Dishes include baked ricotta stacks with mushrooms, leeks and kale, seasonal squash bake and butternut squash and sweet potato rosti. There are even vegan options, including butternut and beetroot filo parcels and a parsnip and mulled red onion bake.
M&S at Cheshire Oaks
Address: Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port CH65 9LF
M&S Christmas Advert 2015
M&S Women's Fashion: The Art of Cashmere
M&S Christmas 2014
Watch The M&S Christmas Advert 2013
M&S is going green with a vast New Store, currently under construction. Their new, soon-to-open Cheshire Oaks branch, near Ellesmere Port, will be the biggest after the flagship store at Marble Arch in London. It will have the most environmentally conscious credentials of any Marks and Spencer.
From the outside, huge banks of soil can be seen around much of the building to provide natural insulation, while underground pipes, 6ft in diameter, will provide natural air conditioning.
Hemp clad wall technology has been used to allow the giant store to ‘breathe’ and cedar-wood panels on the sides of the building have been strategically angled to make the best use of natural light.
Roof lights will also maximise northern light and LED lighting has been used in the car park. There are integrated Swift and bird boxes as well as planted ‘green walls’.
The impressive exposed beam ceiling, which is held together by huge bolts, has a recycled aluminium ceiling which is covered by a material made out of 100% recycled glass bottles.
Shoppers entering through revolving doors on the ground floor will be welcomed by a huge women's-wear floorspace, including beauty and lingerie concessions, as well as a cafe to the rear and a food hall on the far right, which can also be accessed via a separate entrance.
Travelling up the designer escalators through a huge gap in the mezzanine floorspace, shoppers will be offered menswear, childrenswear and a huge space for home-wear to the rear of the building, and a second cafe in the far left-hand corner.