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Orchard Square

Orchard Square
Orchard Square logo
Location Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Opening date 1987
No. of stores and services 27
No. of floors 2
Orchard Square, with the Wheel of Sheffield (now removed) visible in the background.

Orchard Square is a small open-air court shopping centre located in Sheffield, England. It opened in 1987 and contains several stores, notably Schuh, Clarks, Waterstone's (with an instore Costa Coffee), River Island, Subway, The Body Shop and TK Maxx (which replaced the original food court). The newest store to open is brand clothing shop Republic, which replaced the former Zavvi shop in May 2009. Orchard Square also features La Coupe hair salon, Blue Banana, Evolution, Anne Heppell, Michael Spencer Jewellers, War Games Emporium and Starbucks.

The centrepiece of the Square is a chiming clock with moving figures that depict Sheffield's cutlery trade. To mark the centre's 21st year, Orchard Square was re-developed to facilitate the expansion of the TK Maxx to a three-level 45,000 sq ft (4,200 m2) anchor store into space formerly occupied by the Stonehouse pub. The re-development was finished in October 2008, and retailers began trading in new premises shortly before Christmas 2008.[1]

Orchard Square features a customer loyalty card called the VIP Card. Shoppers can sign up for the card by visiting the Orchard Square website,, or by filling in one of the application forms and putting it in the collection box by the toilets near Waterstone's. The VIP card is not a points scheme - card holders simply show the card at participating stores to receive various discounts. Regular competitions are also held for VIP card holders.[2]

The Square is the site of the former works of John Brown & Co. which grew into one of the larger steel companies prior to nationalisation, with part of their later works site becoming Meadowhall Shopping Centre.


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  2. ^ [2] Republic Opens

External links

  • Orchard Square website

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