|Monday – Friday||10am - 6pm|
|Thursdays Late Nights||10am - 8pm|
|Saturday||10am - 7pm|
|Sunday||11am - 5pm|
|Monday-Saturday||9am - 11pm|
|Sunday||10am - 10pm|
Opening hours 7.30am - 1am and Car Park Office 9am – 11pm.
Bank Holiday Shopping: 10am - 6pm
Available from the Information Desk, these cards can be loaded with any amount between £5 and £500 and can be used at any participating store in the outlet including the food court and all plaza restaurants.
CollectPlus Click & Collect is the easy way to send and collect parcels seven days a week. Our CollectPlus service is open between 9am-8pm Mon-Fri, Saturday 9am-7:30pm and 10am–6pm Sunday. Buy online at any of the participating retailers @ http://www.collectplus.co.uk/click-and-collect and get your package delivered to Lowry Outlet, it’s as easy as that!
Click & Collect
Follow the three simple steps, below:
Return A Parcel
It’s easy to return a parcel to over 350 retailers, just follow these simple steps:
Stick your label onto the parcel. If you can’t find that label you can download a new one @ http://www.collectplus.co.uk/retailers
Send A Parcel
The CollectPlus send service makes it easy to send parcels to both home addresses in the UK and also the CollectPlus network of over 6,300 locations if you know your recipient won’t be in.
You can send parcels up to 10kg and a range of cover is available. Certain items can’t be sent via the CollectPlus network @ http://www.collectplus.co.uk/contact#prohibited-and-restricted
To find out more and purchase a label click here.
The Collect+ App
You may want to download the Free CollectPlus app http://www.collectplus.co.uk/mobile-apps. If you open a free account you can track all your send and returns parcels to their destination and also monitor the progress of any Click & Collect orders on their way to you.
Lifestyle Outlets strive to exceed customer expectations and offer the best experience in outlet shopping. We adopt a personal approach in our service ensuring that our customers feel welcomed, delighted and valued on every visit.
Offer the best service and experience in outlet shopping.
Lowry Outlet are constantly thriving to increase their CSR within the local area, below is a snap shot of some of the things we have achieved between April-August 2017;
Our Vision at Peel for Corporate Social Responsibility.
“To create sustainable environments where people and businesses can flourish”
We have saved 3,000,000kwhThis is equivalent to:
Waste reduction between March 2014- March 2017 was 300 tonnesThis is equivalent to:
All our waste is turned into green energy, 0% goes to landfill and we recycle all glass, cardboard, metal.
Princes Trust Get Into Retail Scheme
Gap Outlet at Lowry Outlet took part in the Princes Trust ‘Get Into Retail Scheme’, and have been doing so for the last 3 years. From this they have taken on 7 young people and currently still have of them working for them now. They run the scheme twice a year and Sarah, the Store Manager heads up the programme for Gap in Manchester and this has won her a nomination for Women in Retail.
Francis House Children’s HospiceWe have been raising money for Francis House over the last few months with amazing donations...
Our Customer Service Manager, Joanne Janssen and our Information Desk Supervisor, Terry Douglas were invited to the Pure Innovation Awards Ceremony 2017 to present awards to all the students who had completed their placement’s within the Centre. Thank you to our departments who took part in the placement scheme: Information Desk, Cleaning and Car Park and also to our tenants Trespass, Vue Cinema and Gap who participated.
Following the success of our first year of the ‘Supported Internship Programme’ here at the Lowry Outlet, Pure Innovations are running the programme again this year starting in September 2017.
I love Manchester Fund
Collections in the centre and Peel staff raised a whooping £692.67 for the I love Manchester Fund as well as a corporate donation of £100,000!
An amazing total of £4164.85 has been raised by Buskers and Face painting and donated to Francis House.
Joanne Janssen and Terry Douglas will start working with local schools and colleges in September until December 2017. This is to assist the Salford Foundation in helping young people to develop social, vocational and personal skills.
Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer’s local charity of the year is Kidscan and they raised £350 for them since July 2017. At the moment they are raising money for Macmillan in the month of August and September and they have raised £550 so far. We have a monthly calendar of fundraising events and in October some of their team are planning to climb Snowdon.
The Rotary Club were in the centre on Stroke Awareness Day and helped over 70 people become aware of their blood pressure, and offered advice on healthy living.