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Blue Light Monday at St Johns Liverpool


We’re proud to support our emergency service workers, NHS staff and social care workers, as well as our armed forces – the people who have kept our communities running over the last two years.

That’s why we’re turning Blue Monday, one of the saddest days of the year, on its head and giving these workers something to smile about. We’re offering discounts in selected stores throughout the centre for Blue Light card holders, to thank them for all their hard work!

So, where can you shop?

Find your signature scent

Head over to The Fragrance Shop or The Perfume Shop and pick up a bottle of your signature scent or treat yourself to something new with 15% off in-store.

And if you’re busy, don’t forget you can order online for collection at The Fragrance Shop here.

Cards, candles and so much more

Ready to sit down with a cuppa and a candle for a cozy night on the sofa? Why not treat yourself to a brand-new Yankee Candle? You’ll find everything you need at Clintons with 20% off!

Take a look at their website.

Finger lickin’ good

Drop your bags, pull up a seat, and grab a bite to eat at KFC!

Whether you’re in the mood for a bucket to share, a meal for one or a vegan treat, enjoy it more with 20% off.

Check out the menu here.

Fresh threads for 2022

Are you looking to refresh your wardrobe? Look no further than St Johns!

Enjoy 10% off at our Liverpool FC store, 10% off at Miscurve, 10% off at Miskyra Liverpool and Miskyra Kids & Teens, and 10% off at Rebellious.

If you’re a Blue Light card holder, this Blue Monday enjoy all these discounts and more when you shop at St Johns Liverpool. For a full list of all eligible retailers, click here.

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St Johns Shopping is a Disability Confident Leader


St Johns are proud to have achieved Disability Confidence Level 3 status once more.

As the first shopping centre in the UK to achieve the accreditation back in 2019 this renewal shows our absolute commitment to our whole community.

We are leading the way in this industry and building on our inclusive environment and in doing so inspiring movement of change.

As a Disability Confident Leader we:

  • have subjected our Disability Confident self-assessment to an external
    challenge and validation
  • are taking an active leadership role in encouraging and helping other
    employers on their journey to becoming Disability Confident.
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Santa Dash 2021


We are thrilled to once again team up with the annual Liverpool Santa Dash 2021.

This year the run is taking part on December 21. You can collect your Santa suit NOW from beside Matalan!

Eight charities will benefit from this year’s event – with BTR Liverpool pledging to donate all profits between:

Alder Hey Children’s Charity

Claire House Children’s Hospice

Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

Marie Curie

North West Air Ambulance


Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

WUTH Charity.

Participants can collect their Santa pack – which includes a run number, red or blue Santa suit. Collection is closed on December 4.

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Here for you, here for the environment


At St Johns Liverpool, we want to do right by our people and our planet.

Our community of shoppers are important to us and we’re always trying to go above and beyond to make their experience of the centre the best that it can be.

But we also want to show the environment the same level of care and consideration.

Over the last few years, we’ve been working hard to develop exciting initiatives that do good and deliver real results for both people and planet.

In 2020, we installed our living green wall on the exterior of the centre, which has increased green space in the city, improved air quality and provided a habitat for over 15 species of plant – and at 65 metres in length, it’s one of the longest walls of its kind in the country!

In 2021, we built on this great work with the installation of our rooftop beehives. These hives have become home to over 40,000 bees which now pollinate flowers, plants and trees within a three-mile radius of the centre. The success of these exciting projects even led to us being shortlisted for a national award for green business initiatives.

These are just some of the ways we’ve been ensuring we have a positive impact on the world around us, working in collaboration with organisations across the Liverpool City Region.

But we don’t want to stop there. We’ll be continuing to develop exciting, new ways of becoming a more sustainable centre, to benefit our customers and the wider communities we serve.

We’ve been around for over 50 years and now we’re looking ahead to the future, ensuring it’s a greener, cleaner and brighter future for our shoppers.

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In the bag: retailers scoop mystery shopper awards


We’re thrilled that retailers based in St Johns have been awarded eight coveted awards at the Liverpool BID Mystery Shopper Awards!

The ceremony, which took place on Wednesday night, saw our retailers go up against over 400 businesses from across Merseyside, with the St Johns retailers winning more awards than any comparable shopping centre in the city.

Beaverbrooks the Jewellers walked away with the Best National Retailer award, while Frocks, Stush, F. Hinds, Dunkin’ , The Fragrance Shop, Boom: Battle Bar and Eurochange were all distinguished with 100% scores.

Neil Ashcroft, Centre Manager at St Johns Liverpool, said: “I’m absolutely delighted with the Centre’s great success at this year’s Mystery Shopper Awards.

“Our retailers, both big and small, have continued to work hard, despite the obstacles the Covid-19 pandemic presented and the ongoing issues surrounding the Connectivity Scheme.

“The receipt of these awards is testament to the high-quality service St Johns and its tenants provide to shoppers, and we look forward to continuing to serve our community in the best way possible.”

Bill Addy, CEO at Liverpool BID Company, added: “It’s important we recognise what a huge achievement this is for our city centre businesses, and particularly for St Johns.

“The Centre has shown incredible strength and determination in the face of a challenging year. A warm welcome is always guaranteed at St Johns and these results prove it.

“Customer service is crucial for the wider city centre in shaping people’s experiences and enjoyment. Liverpool has demonstrated resilience this year and these results show businesses are committed to maintaining their high standards of customer service.”

Sarah McVicar, Senior Asset Manager at RivingtonHark, added: “The success of the Centre’s retailers in the Mystery Shopper Awards is great news for the St Johns community.

“These coveted awards demonstrate St Johns’ ongoing commitment to providing a high-quality service to shoppers, placing the Centre in a strong position for 2022 and beyond.”

St Johns’ car park and the adjoining Holiday Inn hotel were also recognised for their excellent levels of customer service, and the Liverpool BID company noted that St Johns is ahead of the rest of the city for the level of service it provides.

St Johns and the car park remain open for the convenience of our community. To explore our retailers, head to

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Here for you @ The Inclusive Hub


We teamed up with Inclusive Hub in Liverpool to help them with some maintenance work. Watch our video to see more about this fantastic facility.

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Hey, Liverpool!


St Johns Liverpool are proud to be launching a new campaign centred around our community of customers, those who have shopped with us for many years and whose loyalty we value.

We know that the past 18 months have been a challenging time for many people and we want to recognise that through our initiatives, giving back to the community and acknowledging the various ways that they enrich and enhance our centre.

Over the last year, we’ve been developing a series of environmental initiatives, like our living green wall and rooftop beehives, with the goal of making the immediate area a greener, cleaner place for staff and customers alike. We’re thrilled that these unique and novel initiatives have had a direct impact on the local environment, but also on the wellbeing of shoppers and local residents too.

Alongside these environmental projects, we want to make sure we are reaching out to support our wider community of shoppers in whichever way we can. So, over the coming months, we’ll be organising competitions with exciting prizes up for grabs, working with schools and community organisations, rewarding staff who’ve gone above and beyond, and creating in-centre experiences for families and friends.

We want these acts of kindness to have a positive impact on our community of people, and we look forward to inviting you to make new memories with St Johns Liverpool.

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St Johns Liverpool: Proud to be supporting the LGBT+ community


Pride month is an important time for organisations and individuals to reflect on their commitments to diversity and inclusivity in the workplace: to look at how far we’ve come, remember how far we have yet to go until we achieve true equality, and consider the part each of us has to play in effecting meaningful change.

St Johns has been serving Liverpool for over 50 years and is proud to be at the heart of a bustling and progressive city. As a team, we have fostered a culture not just of acceptance or tolerance, but of celebration. We embrace the diversity and individuality of our team and our customers, and always strive to ensure everyone who steps through our doors feels at home.

However, we also know that Pride month presents a great opportunity for businesses to highlight the support available to those who may be struggling and to signpost the brilliant organisations who work tirelessly to combat stigma, prejudice and inequality.

With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of organisations across the region whose work, not just during Pride month but throughout the whole year, is a vital and necessary resource for many LGBT+ people in the city of Liverpool and beyond.

The Michael Causer Foundation is a charity that supports young LGBT+ people across the city

Sahir House supports, empowers and provides information for those living with HIV

LCR Pride Foundation is an organisation promoting Liverpool as an LGBT+ friendly city

Trans Health Merseyside provides health information and support to transgender and gender non-conforming people

GYRO is a collection of youth groups for LGBT+ people to socialise and receive support

Lancashire LGBT supports LGBT+ people in Lancashire to lead happier, healthier lives

In-Trust Merseyside works with, and advocates for the acceptance of, the trans community

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St Johns installs rooftop beehives


As part of our growing efforts to become a more environmentally conscious organisation, and to promote positive mental wellbeing among our employees, we’ve installed two beehives on the rooftop of our site!

It might come as a surprise, but bees are incredibly important to our ecosystem, and they play a critical role in preserving ecological balance. Without bees pollinating plants, crops and flowers, we wouldn’t be able to produce much of the food that sustains us and our city wouldn’t be as green as it is.

The hope is that by keeping bees on our rooftop, we can do our part in contributing to the environmental generation of the local area. Between the two hives, there’ll be 40,000 bees – and this number will keep growing as the hives attract new bees!

But this isn’t the time we’ve developed an initiative to become a more environmentally friendly centre. Last June, we installed a “living green wall” on the exterior of the centre, an installation with over 14,000 evergreen plants to encourage bees to pollinate. At 65 metres, it’s one of the longest of its kind in the UK and it also contributes to making our city a greener place.

This new initiative won’t just have an environmental impact, though. Beekeeping has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety and depression, so we hope that we can have a positive effect on the mental wellbeing of our incredible team, as well as benefiting the local environment.

If you want to learn more about our rooftop hives and other exciting initiatives, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date!

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Getting here by car



Elliot Street is temporarily closed.
Are you driving into the centre? The road layout around our car park is a bit different.
The only access is through Skelhorne Street, postcode L3 5GH, beside Lime Street Station.
Take your time, we are worth the wait!

IMPORTANT: This work will be ongoing for many months, but the centre and car park is open as usual.

  • Some of the bus routes around the city may change due to the works taking place, stay up-to-date with the latest updates from Merseytravel.
  • Liverpool City Council will have regular updates on the Connectivity Scheme; please click here for further details on phase one of the work.
  • If arriving from Central Station – the route is as normal
  • If arriving from Lime Street – proceed down the path towards the pedestrian crossing opposite Sainsbury’s
  • If arriving from the St Georges stop opposite Lime Street – turn right when you come out and follow the pedestrian crosses.

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Shopping is back!


All our stores are OPEN.
Over 100 stores, and 1,000s of the biggest brands.
Beauty, fashion, food and more! Shop safely with St Johns.
Click here to view our full store list – happy shopping!

We continue to adhere to an intensive cleaning schedule. Throughout the day, every day, all touchpoints in the Centre (e.g. door handles, tables, surfaces) will be cleaned with a chemical spray which disinfects against COVID-19 on contact.

Our opening hours remain the same:
Monday – Wednesday 9-6
Thursday 9-7
Friday Saturday 9-6
Sunday 11-5

Our car park is OPEN. Click here for more information on hourly and contract rates.

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St Johns & COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions


Since 1969 St Johns has been here for you and here for Liverpool. Like other shopping centres across the UK we have been supporting communities, ensuring essential stores remain open and accessible to all throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We ask that when you do start visiting the Centre again, that you are patient, responsible and respectful to everyone in the Centre. And, please do give particular priority to the elderly and vulnerable in our community.

As a community shopping centre, St Johns cares about Liverpool and we want to continue enhancing the lives of local people in every way we can, and particularly during the current time, ensuring that you, your family and your friends can shop safe.

What are St Johns’ opening times?

Regular St Johns opening times will resume on Monday 15th June as follows:

Monday – Wednesday, 9am – 6pm.

Thursday, 9am – 7pm.

Friday – Saturday, 9am – 6pm.

Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

Please note that these operating hours refer to the shopping centre. The opening hours of individual stores may vary; please contact stores directly to confirm their opening hours.

What measures has St Johns taken to minimise COVID-19?

As a community shopping centre in the heart of Liverpool, we recognise that the health and safety of our customers, colleagues and retailers must be our highest priority.

As such, we will be ensuring that the Centre is re-opening in a controlled and compliant manner that adheres to government guidelines.

To ensure the Centre is ready to be re-opened to the public we have undertaken a series of measures:

The entire centre has been subject to a chemical deep clean of all malls, ceilings, floors, entrances and back of house. The chemical used in the clean disinfects against COVID-19 on contact.

We have implemented, and will continue with, an intensive cleaning schedule. Throughout the day, every day, all touchpoints in the Centre (e.g. door handles, tables, surfaces) will be cleaned with a chemical spray which disinfects against COVID-19 on contact.

Twenty new hand sanitiser stations have been installed throughout the Centre. These are free for you to use and will be cleaned and refilled regularly throughout the day, every day.

To make sure the Centre stays as clean as possible we have implemented photographic cleaning audits. We will be checking on a regular, scheduled basis that all touchpoints have been thoroughly and appropriately cleaned to keep you, your family, friends safe.

How are you supporting retailers to prevent COVID-19?

St Johns is home to a wide variety of different stores, but they ALL have a responsibility to ensure they are implementing appropriate social distancing and cleansing measures to protect the public, their staff and centre workers.

We are working collaboratively with all of our stores to make sure they are safe to open.

Before opening to the public, all stores within St Johns will have completed the following actions:

Completed a COVID-19 Risk Assessment which includes setting out regular in-store cleaning schedules.

Setting out appropriate social distancing measures within their stores such as the installation of floor markings and fixtures.

We will also be encouraging all stores to consider the installation of perspex screens at till areas, to provide staff with PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), and to request that customers use contactless payment options where possible.

All stores are also under strict instruction to close immediately and inform centre management if any member of staff begins to show symptoms of COVID019.

What social distancing measures will be in place in St Johns?

We want your visit to St Johns to be as safe and pleasant as possible. You will see social distancing signage throughout the Centre. This includes floor markings which will tell you where it is safe to walk, safe to stop, and safe to queue.

You may find that sometimes you have to wait outside the Centre before you can come in. This is because we can only let a certain number of people into the Centre at any one time. This is so that social distancing can be safely observed. We ask for your patience when this happens.

When you are walking around the Centre you may occasionally hear public announcements over the Centre tannoy system. These are friendly reminders to make sure that everyone is practising social distancing.

Will St Johns be monitoring the number of people in the Centre at any one time?

Yes. We will be actively monitoring the number of people in the Centre so that social distancing can be maintained. We have calculated the total number of people that can be in the Centre at any one time, allowing for 2 metres of personal space. Our footfall cameras will enable us to monitor this number and if necessary, we will close entrances until the number of people in the Centre has decreased.

This may mean that you occasionally have to wait outside the Centre. We ask for your patience when this happens. We don’t want to put the health of our customers, retailers or staff at risk. As soon as the number of people in the Centre decreases, you will be allowed to enter.

Will St Johns have a one-way system?

No. We haven’t put a one-way system in place as we want to make sure your shopping trip is as simple as possible. There are many social distancing reminders around the Centre as well as floor markings highlighting where you can queue for your favourite stores. We want you to shop safe and enjoy your visit to the Centre.

Is the car park open?

Yes. The car is open.

Are St Johns’ toilets open?

Yes. The toilets are now open.

What measures are you taking to protect elderly and vulnerable shoppers?

St Johns is open for all. But we want to make sure that elderly and vulnerable shoppers are able to enjoy a safe and enjoyable shopping experience. We have installed signage that asks shoppers to take care and respect elderly and vulnerable shoppers. We will also have regular public announcements over our tannoy system reminding shoppers to take care and respect elderly and vulnerable shoppers.

We’ve taken other measures to ensure that St Johns is as inclusive as possible. We have installed free hand sanitisers at wheelchair-user friendly height. We’ve also updated our digital assistant Able AI with all of the latest accessibility information to ensure that vulnerable shoppers can access the information they need to have a safe, comfortable and enjoyable shopping experience.

Further updates

To stay up to date with the latest news, information and announcements from St Johns, please follow our Twitter and Facebook pages.

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St Johns – a stand out performer once again


Great news! New figures released show that we were one of the UK’s stand-out performers in 2019, despite a dramatic fall in shopper numbers nationally for traditional shopping centres.

Across the UK, we have seen decreasing footfall dips due to consumers opting for the convenience of online shopping or retail parks. However, 2019 was our most successful year yet as we welcomed 13 million shoppers through our doors, generating an additional £10m in sales while we celebrated our 50th birthday.

While multiple UK high streets and shopping centres are struggling and facing uncertain futures, we have bucked national trends thanks to our prime city-centre location, innovative marketing strategy and great shopping experience.

Last year was our best ever year, and we aim to continue to strive and stand out from other shopping centres and retail destinations from our outstanding attention-to-detail. We’re confident that we can make 2020 an even more successful year as we continue to develop our retail environment which combines the best independent stores from across Liverpool and national retail brands.

We’d like to thank our senior management team for all their continued dedication, and our new (and returning) customers who make us a great success!

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Welcome, The Whitechapel Centre!


We would like to welcome The Whitechapel Centre as our new charity partner.

The Whitechapel Centre is one of the leading homelessness and housing charities in Liverpool. Their mission is to prevent and resolve homelessness, social exclusion and housing poverty by providing practical, realistic, tailored support so that each person can find a route out of homelessness, maintain a home and achieve their individual potential. Their services include Street Outreach, supported accommodation for both single people and families, harm reduction, learning and enablement activities, housing and welfare advice, peer mentoring, and a private rented bond scheme. All of their projects reflect the diverse routes into and through homelessness.

The partnership will last six months, running for the beginning of January, until the end of June. The Whitechapel Centre will have access to the centre, allowing them to hold events, raise awareness and fundraise throughout the period.

Neil Ashcroft, Centre Manager explains “We’re happy to announce The Whitechapel Centre as our chosen charity for the next six months. As a community shopping centre, it is important that we reach out to everyone that we can, we’re thrilled to fundraise and assist such a valuable charity.”

Please keep up-to-date with the latest events on our social media pages!

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Christmas Quiet Hour at The Entertainer


The Entertainer is introducing a Christmas quiet hour to create a safe environment for autistic people and to enable a calmer shopping experience in-store.

Every morning for the first hour, the store will be turning off the music, loud demos and (where possible) dimming the lights.

What a brilliant idea!👏

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New year, new you, same route


It’s January, and that can mean only one thing…

We’ve celebrated the festive season, rounded off 2021 in style, and now we look ahead to a new year and new opportunities.

Now, we’re not going to go completely ‘new year, new me’ on you – but the new year is a great chance to make positive changes, prioritising wellbeing. So, if you’re looking to take steps to become a little healthier and happier in 2022, then St Johns has everything you need to make it happen.

From nutritious bites to eat, to fitness and wellness essentials, we have over 100 retailers all under one roof, and a range of options to suit every shopper – so let’s take a look at what St Johns can do to put a spring in your step this new year.

Track your fitness with F. Hinds

If you’re looking to smash your step target, track the calories you burn or monitor your sleep, F. Hinds has a range of different fitness trackers that tick all the boxes.

Whether you’re on the lookout for a Fitbit, a Garmin or a Reflex Active, we’ve got the goods to get you moving this January.

Find your fitness match here.

Go nutritious with Subway or decadent with Dunkin’

If you want to kickstart your year with nutrition in mind, then you’re in luck – Subway is offering a variety of healthy meals to help you along the way! In the mood for a wrap, sub or salad? Look no further!

Alternatively, if the diet starts tomorrow, then Dunkin’ is right up your street. Fancy a donut, a pastry or a hot drink? Don’t worry, we won’t judge…

Check out the Subway menu here and the Dunkin’ menu here.

Look fresh in the gym with the help of JD Sports

So, you’ve signed up for the gym? Now’s the time to get back on track, boosting your health and wellbeing. Look fresh and feel even better by bagging a new workout wardrobe.

Find everything you need to look the part this January. Take a look at the latest activewear trends here.

Get fit with the family at Matalan

As we step into a new year, it’s the perfect time to get the family out and exercising together. Need a new outfit to make sure you look the part? Matalan stock a wide range of activewear for the whole family!

So, get your walking shoes on and head down to Matalan.

Explore the great outdoors with Trespass

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to get active and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors, then look no further than Trespass. From waterproofs to walking boots, they’ve got everything you need to look the part, keep warm and get outdoor-ready this 2022.

Explore their range here.

All the equipment you need at Argos

Give yourself the gift of good health this year with Argos. Treat yourself to a brand-new yoga mat or a set of weights, and transform your home workout routine!

Check out the Argos fitness range.

Find music to motivate your month with HMV

New year, new you, new music? HMV at St Johns is a hub of entertainment, with a broad offering across music, film, game and more! Find something to put a spring in your step this January by visiting our huge store on Williamson Square.

Explore HMV’s range here.

Finding your way to us

Despite the ongoing obstructions due to the paused Connectivity Scheme roadworks outside St Johns and Lime Street Station, you can still access our car park through Skelhorne Street, beside Lime Street Station.

And with flexible rates, electric car charging points and 24-hour access, the St Johns car park is in a prime location for those visiting the centre, as well as those travelling into Liverpool for an afternoon or evening out.

Find out more about how to get to us!

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Oak Spring Care Home visit


We recently visited Oak Spring Care Home residents again and brought some festive fun!

As part of our Hey, Liverpool campaign we want to support and lift members of our community. We knew that Oak Springs Care Home had another challenging year and we wanted to lift their spirits. We brought them festive treats and set up afternoon tea for them all.

Click here to view our video

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What’s on this Christmas at St Johns?


This Christmas, we have a whole host of exciting activities for all the family to enjoy, as well as over 100 retailers all under one roof and extended opening hours to help you prepare for the most magical festive season!

So, what do we have lined up?

Elfie Selfie

Find out if you’ve been naughty or nice this Christmas by heading down to St Johns to meet Snowy, Twinkle, Tinsel and Sue, Santa’s Chief Checkers from the North Pole.

Elfie Selfie runs every Saturday and Sunday in December, between 12-4pm. Head down to get your niceness checked and bag your official elf certificate! They will be in and around the centre waiting for you all.

The Christmas lights

The centre is already aglow with its famous festive light display, so head down to experience the magic of Christmas with St Johns! We’re the perfect pit-spot for festive walks through the city and a mere stone’s throw from Liverpool’s biggest Christmas markets!

Parking for the Christmas markets

Our centre and its car park are in a prime central location for families travelling into Liverpool to spend a festive evening out. With flexible rates and 24-hour access, St Johns’ car park is the place to park for the Christmas markets.

The St Johns Food Court

Situated on the lower level of the centre, our food court is home to a range of different vendors, from McDonald’s, KFC and Subway to Noodle Stop and Fork It. Take a load off, pop your bags down and grab a bite to eat between your Christmas shopping.

Experiences for the whole family

As well as a whole host of local and national retailers to choose from, we’re home to VR Liverpool, a 9D virtual reality theme park experience perfect for the whole family. And for the grown-ups, why not try your hand at axe-throwing and augmented reality darts at Boom: Battle Bar?

Extended opening hours

With extended opening hours throughout the festive season, we’ve got you covered this Christmas. With over 100 retailers all under one roof, from household names to independent brands, you’ll find everything you need in St Johns.

13th – 18th and 20th – 23rd December (9am to 7pm)

19th December (10am to 5pm)

Christmas Eve (8am to 5pm)

Christmas Day – CLOSED

Boxing Day (10am to 5pm)

27th – 29th December (9am to 6pm)

30th – 31st (9am to 5pm)

New Year’s Day – CLOSED

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The Samaritans and St Johns


St Johns are pleased to partner with The Samaritans of Liverpool and Merseyside to help support our community.
The Samaritans of Liverpool and Merseyside is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide. 

As we are still enduring a difficult time, we want to ensure as many people as possible in our community are supported.
The St Johns team will be assisting The Samaritans of Liverpool and Merseyside throughout the year with a presence in the Centre and a fundraising event in the Spring.

Call The Samaritans any time, day or night, for free on 116 123 If you would prefer someone to call you, please click here.

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St Johns Shopping Centre – Environmental Policy


At St Johns Shopping Centre, we recognise that we have a responsibility to reduce the impact of our operation on the environment wherever possible.  Sustainability and reducing environmental impact are central to our business strategy alongside making a difference within our local community.

We are committed to:

  • Complying with all relevant environmental legislation and regulations
  • Encouraging environmentally responsible behaviour throughout our workforce
  • Improving the awareness and understanding of environmental issues amongst contractors, tenants and visitors
  • Continually improve by putting sustainability at the centre of operational decision making; incorporating small and large changes to centre operations and processes which have a positive environmental impact  
  • Preventing pollution wherever possible and practicable by developing non-polluting practices
  • Sourcing electricity for the centre common areas that originates from 100% renewable sources
  • Communicating ways in which the local community can engage and contribute to centre sustainability initiatives
  • Setting goals and targets to continually improve our environmental performance

Our Environmental Goals

  • Reduce our carbon footprint
  • Improve energy efficiency within all common parts of the centre
  • Promote the reduction, re-use and recycling of our waste and focus on waste minimisation
  • Ensuring safe and efficient storage and disposal of all waste
  • Educate all stakeholders

St Johns Shopping Centre is proud that it has:

  • Installed of a 65m-long living green wall, the largest of its kind outside of London, containing 17 different plant species
  • Absorbed two tonnes of pollution and created 750kg of oxygen through the same initiative
  • Installed beehives on the rooftop of the centre, positively contributing to city centre biodiversity
  • Reduced general waste by 66 tonnes, achieving a 10% annual reduction
  • Recycled 35 tonnes of food waste per annum
  • Installed eight electric vehicle charging points in the centre car park
  • Replaced 90% of incandescent lighting for detection-controlled LED lighting, and switched to a green energy provider
  • Reduced its electricity consumption by 29%, its gas consumption by 16% and its water usage by 11%
  • Moved from a fixed waste collection schedule to an ad-hoc schedule, maximising its efficiency

Neil Ashcroft

Centre Manager, St Johns Shopping Centre

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Black Friday is here on November 26.
See some of the top offers from our stores in St Johns.


  • Up to 50% off all big-name brands


  • Top deals on laptops
  • Up to 50% off selected watches
  • Up to 50% off selected toys


  • Up to 20% off homeware
  • 30% off kidswear


  • Up to 80% off


  • Price-slash deals


  • Get buy one get one half price on EVERYTHING until 25th November


  • Deposits from £25pp
  • Free Child places


  • Up to 50% off diamonds, jewellery, and watches in-store


  • 20% off selected styles