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Belle Vale




Monday 3rd July to Monday 17th July 2017

Belle Vale Shopping Centre is giving one lucky shopper a chance to win a prize of their choosing, in the extra special ‘Win What you Want’ competition.

To enter, visit any store in the shopping centre and take a photo of something you would like to win, up to the value of £40, then post the photo on the Centre’s Facebook Page:

You can enter as many times as you like, though it is limited to one entry per day.

Terms & Conditions

This competition is being run by Belle Vale Shopping Centre, Childwall Valley Road, L25 2RF, Liverpool

The prize is an approved item to the value of £40.00 that entrants have taken a photograph of. This is non-transferable and no cash alternative is available.

To enter, participants must:

a) Go to Belle Vale Shopping Centre.

b) Take a picture of what they want to win.

c) Post the photo on the competition post on the Centre’s Facebook Page.

The competition will run from 10am on Monday 3rd July to 11:59pm on Sunday 16th July.

Entry into the competition is restricted to one entry per person per day. Entries received after the stated date will not be eligible.

A winner will be contacted on Monday 17th July and must be able to collect the prize from Belle Vale Shopping Centre, Childwall Valley Road, L25 2RF, Liverpool.

If we fail to be able to make contact with the winner within 24 hours another winner will be selected.

By entering into the competition the winner agrees to participate in all associated PR and marketing activities.

Employees of the Centre, their immediate families, press, agencies, sponsors and commercial partners or any person directly or indirectly connected to the competition are not eligible to enter the competition.

The information provided by the entrants will be used by Belle Vale, unless the entrant has selected otherwise, to notify them of further events and offers. Information will not be passed onto third parties.


rubax Sponsored by Rubax, the Centre’s lift contractor.


The Centre is please to announce a new addition to Hedgefield Mall; Trim Barber Shop.Barber Shop (1)

Trim Barber Shop is a gentlemen’s traditional barber shop specialising in full gent’s haircut & shaving that opened in Unit 7 next to the Big Little Library.

The owner, Antony, has also announced that the Barber Shop is going to make Sunday’s an autism friendly day. Their aim is to help take away some of the stress that the children and parents feel when making a visit to the barbers. He has also expressed that he is open to all suggestions, as he wants to make this new facility a very much community based Barbers, where everyone is welcome.



Fitwell – Uniform Specialists

The Centre is pleased to announce a new store opening; Fitwell opened in a soft launch on Saturday 28th May in Unit 16 on Hedgefield Mall.IMG_20170608_110925

Established over 40 years ago, Fitwell supply a wide range of plain, printed and embroidered garments from school and work to clothing for charities, sport teams, clubs, societies and universities.

For details of the full range of uniforms available, pop into store and speak to one of the specialist advisers.


The Centre is pleased to announce the arrival of three new tenants to the Hedgefield Mall at the Shopping Centre.opening-soon

Unit 7: The new Barber Shop is currently under going a shop fit. The store is due to be open within the next few weeks and will offer a full Gents hair cut and shaving facility.

Unit 11 & 12: Friday Harbour Cafe; this new cafe will offer a great selection of freshly prepared homemade food. The cafe is undergoing a major refit and is due to open in June.

Unit 16: Fitwell; The store has nearly completed their shop fit and is due to open soon. They supply a wide range of plain, printed and embroidered garments to schools, charities, sport teams, clubs, societies, universities, and small & large companies.

Watch this space for more information.



Saturday 15th April

Bella has invited her special storytelling friend – Fergus the Fox – to come tell stories about the environment. The storyteller will come to the Centre and do five storytelling sets throughout the day. These five sets will take place in a very special environment – A GIANT PEACH!

The peach has already arrived and set up in the main mall area at the Centre, ready for Saturday.

The story telling sessions will take about 20 minutes each and the times are as follows;

  • 10am First storytelling session
  • 11am Second storytelling session
  • 12pm Third storytelling session
  • 1pm Fourth storytelling session
  • 2:30pm Fifth storytelling session
  • 3:30pm Sixth and final storytelling session


The centre will be open over the Easter period; Opening times Easter A3 2017

Good Friday:         10am to 4pm

Easter Saturday:   08.30am to 6pm

Easter Sunday:     CLOSED

Easter Monday:    10am to 4pm

Please Note: Store trading hours may vary, please refer to the individual stores for their trading times.

The retailers are listed on the stores tab of this website.



Since 2008, becoming ‘greener’ has been an important part of Belle Vale Shopping Centre’s corporate social responsibility policy and the Centre aims to help spread the message within the community, starting with an eco-friendly craft workshop and tree planting project.

The Bella Bee’s Green Garden campaign is now underway at Belle Vale Shopping Centre. A giant eco pledge wall can be found on the main mall at the Centre, and it is encouraging shoppers to think of the environment and pledge to make ‘greener’ choices. This includes promises such as switching the light off when leaving a room and using a re-usable shopping bag.

As part of the Bella Bee’s Green Garden event, on Saturday 8th April between 10am and 4pm an eco-craft workshop will be held on the mall. Children are invited to nurture their gardening skills by personalising their very own plant pot to take home and grow a plant in. The workshop has lots of high quality craft materials and is completely free; shoppers can simply drop in at a time that suits them.

Paul Wilson added “The pledge wall at the Centre is a great green activity for our shoppers as it highlight’s the achievements already made by the centre with the recycling and management of waste on site. It also gives tips on how to become ‘greener’ and the eco craft workshop is a perfect way for younger generations looking to get involved too.”



Furthermore, Belle Vale Shopping Centre has partnered with Norman Pannell Primary School as part of the campaign, with a special eco planting project that has already begun on the school’s grounds.

The planting project will change a blank, uninspiring field into a green haven to help support the environment. Paul Wilson, Centre Manager along with Mr Simpson, Head Teacher at Norman Pannell and representatives from the Centre’s contractors Bagnall & Morris (waste management contractor) and WH Snow (Building Contractor), oversaw Year 5 and Year 6 pupils as they planted the first row of trees. The project strengthens the Shopping Centre’s community link with the local school as well as transforming the site into a more interesting, diverse and useful environment.


Paul Wilson commented “The first phase of the planting project was a great success. The pupils at Norman Pannell enjoyed getting stuck into the gardening activity and it is the aim of the project that future classes will also have the opportunity to add to the garden. This project has, so far, earnt Belle Vale Shopping Centre recognition from the Carbon Footprint Trust and we hope to see more success stories come from this campaign.”


The Shopping Centre has an excellent green status thanks to the recent efforts of the Centre Management team, supported by their Waste Management contractor. In late 2016, the Centre was awarded a Green Apple Bronze Award for their waste management strategies, in achieving ZERO waste to landfill and increasing recycling. The Centre is using their experience to bring environmental causes to the forefront of the public mind, through fun, educational and entertaining activity.




Saturday 15th Aprilpeach2

Bella has invited her special storytelling friend – Fergus the Fox – to come tell stories about the environment. The storyteller will come to the Centre and do five storytelling sets throughout the day. These five sets will take place in a very special environment – A GIANT PEACH!

The peach is sure to grab the attention of the local children as it stands over 4.5 metres tall and will be located in the main mall area by the cafe, it will be hard to miss it!

Storytelling is from 10am to 4pm.


Saturday 8th April

To link in with the Bella Bees Green Garden theme, the Centre is hosting a craft workshop for children. All children are welcome and its free to join in.workshop

The workshop is being run by, and in partnership with, St Cyrils Children and Youth Project Charity. Children will get the chance to decorate their very own plant pot, to encourage them to nurture their gardening skills. The workshop will be run from 10am to 4pm and will be held in the main mall by the Cafe.bella logo Transparent sml

During the month of April, any child signing up to the Bella Bees Kids club, will be entered into a prize draw to win a hamper of gardening goodies for beginners. The entry forms can be found outside the ‘eco wall’ and we have changed the colour of the forms to  green to match the environmental initiatives!


1st April to 30th April 2017

April 1st will see the launch of the Centre’s ‘Eco Pledge’ Wall, that will be installed on the front of the former Perfect Home Unit by the Mall Cafe. The pledge wall will be in the centre throughout the month of April, as partPledge Window LHS of Bella Bees Green Garden Theme.

The Eco Wall is aimed at encouraging shoppers to pledge to help the environment, no matter how small their contribution is. The three pledges the Centre has chosen are; ‘always bring a reusable shopping bag with them’ or ‘to walk or take public transport as much as possible’ or ‘to turn the lights off when they leave a room’. Each pledge will be a hand print shape leaf on a tree – to keep in with the Eco theme & representing the carbon footprint. To make a pledge, shoppers are invited to write their names on a hand print to make that pledge. Local schools will also be participating, as this will be a great way to help educate the younger generation about environmental issues.

A second panel will also be installed on a window, to show the statistics and achievements already met by Belle Vale Shopping Centres’ Waste Management Strategy. In November 2016 the Centre was presented with a Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice.