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5 new openings in Dalton Park you need to know about

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Whether you need some retail therapy or fancy updating your wardrobe for spring? Dalton Park is a must-visit.

Home in the heart of County Durham, the North East’s biggest outlet shopping centre has 65 stores selling hundreds of different designer brands and independent retailers, all under one roof.

The best part? You can get up to 70% off all your favourite big brands.

But what we love is that new stores have been popping up on every corner recently. Think premium global fashion brands, a Mexican dining destination and a quirky bubble tea van.

And why not make a leisurely day of it? Take a break from your shopping by popping into any one of the cosy cafés, catch a movie at the on-site Cineworld, visit the free play park with your little shoppers or enjoy walking in Dalton Park’s 50 acres of surrounding landscaped parkland.

There’s also no need to worry about parking as it’s free and shops are open 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 6pm Saturday and 10.30am – 4.30pm Sunday, so you have plenty of time to shop.

Here are the new stores in the County Durham outlet shopping centre to keep on your radar…

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Another one for us fashionistas. Get ready to level up your style game with Tommy Hilfiger. From classic American cool aesthetics to modern twists on our favourites, Hilfiger’s got you covered.

Swing by the outlet store, nestled between Puma and M&S, and dive into premium denim, accessories and more – all at fantastic prices. Whether you’re on the hunt for a statement transitional coat or a cosy knit, Tommy Hilfiger’s got everything you need to update your wardrobe.


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Calvin Klein has just landed at Dalton Park, and we’re so excited. Think effortlessly sleek underwear and denim for your everyday look, designed with comfort in mind and home to something from us all. Plus, get ready for some serious savings.

You’ll find Calvin Klein opposite Greggs, where you can check out their timeless styles and trend-setting designs. Whether you’re after some spring-style staples or fancy treating yourself pair of premium designer jeans, Calvin Klein’s got you covered in every colour and size.


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Zapatista is here to spice things up. This burrito bar is all about serving up the tastiest burritos, fajitas, nachos and tacos inspired by Mexico. Whether you’re into mild flavours or craving something super spicy, they’ve got options to satisfy every palate.

Plus, the vibe is so vibrant and inviting – it’s like stepping into a fiesta. Doors opened back in December, so why not swing by for the perfect break during your full day of shopping at Dalton Park?


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Boba Empire is the newest addition to County Durham’s bubble tea scene. Home opposite the trendy new Tommy Hilfiger store, it’s hard to miss this quirky van.

Originating from Taiwan, they’ve got plenty of flavours for those of you with a sweet tooth, from vanilla to matcha to tickle your taste buds. Customise your drink just the way you like it, then treat yourself to waffles or cookie pies. Indulge in the perfect pick-me-up mid-shopping treat.


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Bonmarché is the ultimate destination for women’s fashion, ensuring you feel fabulous every day. Offering figure-flattering designs in sizes 8-28 at unbeatable prices, Bonmarché caters to all your different style needs.

From casual chic to glamorous occasions, their exclusive prints and diverse range of outerwear, swimwear, lingerie, nightwear, and accessories have you covered. Make sure to browse through the Lorraine Loves collection, endorsed by beloved ITV presenter Lorraine Kelly. With a focus on mature figures, Bonmarché is your go-to for effortless elegance and style.



Dalton Park Outlet and Outdoors, Murton, County Durham SR7 9HU

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Rachael Nichol
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After gaining a first in her BA Media and Journalism degree at Northumbria University, Rachael worked at Newcastle’s leading regional newspaper with her stories being picked up in national and global newspapers She spent two very successful years giving a voice to those communities across the North East who otherwise…


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