is one of Wirral's oldest traditional local district shopping centres.
It sits on the edge of Port Sunlight Village, Wirral's premier tourist
attraction, and is close to the River Mersey waterfront. The
centre is easily reached from north and south by car on the A41 New
Chester Road and from West Wirral via Bebington Road (B5136); by train
from the nearby Bebington Station; and by several bus routes.
New Ferry remains a friendly shopping
centre which has much to offer if you are prepared to have a look.
You will be surprised at how our traders manage to offer so much as they
do, with quality goods at prices that will suit your pockets and purses.
several large food stores such as Iceland, Aldi, and Heron Foods
which attract customers from a significant distance - but also speciality shops and services such as quality butchers, an aquatic pets
centre, hairdressers, motor parts and repairs,
health and beauty salons. We also have friendly
cafes with yummy cooked breakfasts and snacks, popular pubs, and cozy
popular restaurants to cater for your evening needs. We even have
an animal petting zoo!
Although the face of the shopping centre has changed over the years,
there is still a thriving community here. We have a nationally award
Farmers Market held on the second
Saturday of every month.
New Ferry is the ideal place for new
businesses wanting to set up. Not only do we have premises
available for rent, you will find that for certain types of businesses,
the paying of business rates has been waived by the local authority as
an incentive for businesses to come here and have time to thrive.
In addition, since the explosion in March
2017, the Council and government have focussed their attentions on
regenerating the district centre, with private developers now champing
at the bit to get a piece of the action and the benefits of the exciting
things that are going to happen here in the coming years.
Oh, and we
have FREE CAR PARKING too!
The regeneration work is being co-ordinated
through the New
Ferry Town Team who are working to bring forward development and
refurbishment activity, and working with the New Ferry Residents
Association to organise events that will bring in new visitors.