The stadium has now been demolished and replaced by a retail park. Business based here include ASDA, Johnsons the Cleaners, Subway, Co-operative Travel, Barnado’s, DW Sports, Home Bargains, Poundstretcher, Carphone Warehouse, and Abakhan.
The biggest store is ASDA superstore. In addition to offering an extensive range of grocery products it also sells clothes, toys, cards, books, games and DVDs. There’s also a pharmacy, café, and a photo department. The store is open 24 hours from Monday at 8 am until Saturday at 10 pm. Opening times on Sundays are 11 am to 5 pm.
Johnsons the Cleaners offers dry cleaning, laundry, and laundry services. Shoe repairs, curtain cleaning, and key cutting services are also available.
Home Bargains is a discount store offering a wide range of branded products at competitive prices. Their product range includes groceries, sweets and snacks, medicines, health and beauty products, drinks and alcohol, stationery, bedding, kitchenware, cleaning products, toys and games, seasonal products, and babywear.
DW Sports is a large sports store upstairs from the DW Fitness Club. It has a large running section with a wide selection of shoes and clothing.
Abakhan sells knitting products, fabric, sewing patterns, and haberdashery.
Burnden Park offers plenty of free car parking. Cash machines can be found outside ASDA.
Details were last checked in September 2016. Things change so check with individual store websites before travelling.
Map showing location of Burnden Park.
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