This small retail park is situated just off the A666 in Bolton. At the time of writing (2023), it is home to a handful of businesses; Jump Xtreme (and the Fun Place), Arnold Clark, and Burger King.
Stores and Businesses
Jump Xtreme is an indoor trampoline park that has entertained kids and adults since early 2016. Housing over 100 trampolines within its expansive space, including fantastic features such as dodgeball courts, tumble tracks and stunt airbags, it is a hotspot for energetic fun.
For younger visitors, That Fun Place at Jump Extreme offers three levels of exhilarating soft play with more than 30 unique activities ranging from giant slides to Nerf guns, ensuring hours of entertainment.
Established in 2019, the Arnold Clark Motorstore here has quickly gained a reputation for excellence in providing high-quality used cars to Bolton’s car hunters. As part of one of the UK’s largest automotive retail chains, this branch showcases an extensive selection of pre-owned vehicles from leading brands. The knowledgeable team is dedicated to assisting customers with tailored financing solutions and offering outstanding customer service, ensuring a seamless buying experience.
Places to Eat – Burger King, Costa
When it comes to dining at Trinity Retail Park, you’ll find the popular fast-food chain Burger King serving up your favourite flame-grilled burgers alongside irresistible sides like onion rings and cheesy fries.
If you’re craving something lighter or want to relax with coffee and cake, Costa Coffee provides fresh brews and tempting pastries to satisfy your cravings. Costa is not strictly part of the retail park but is near its entrance.
The Comet store here closed in 2012 after the company went into administration. The Empire Direct store closed in 2009. Allied Carpets has also closed. The unit occupied by Toys R Us is now home to Arnold Clark. Other businesses previously based here include Office Outlet and the Yusha Ninja play centre.
Trinity Retail Park is easy to reach. The entrance to the park is on Lower Bridgeman Street (postcode BL2 1HY). This is just off the A666, the main road into Bolton town centre. The centre has a large car park. Parking is free for customers. Bolton Train Station and Bolton Bus Station are nearby.
Greenworks – Bolton at Home
In February 2022, a partnership of Bolton at Home and charity Urban Outreach submitted plans to transform an area of the park into a low-carbon business park and eco-focused education centre. Aptly named ‘Greenworks,’ this progressive project aims to equip locals with skills related to low-carbon technologies and retrofitting homes through learning spaces such as classrooms, training areas, workbenches, and offices.
In addition to benefiting those seeking green-collar careers or knowledge of sustainable living practices, Greenworks will also host storage facilities for Urban Outreach’s food bank initiatives. Plans for the second phase of the development include introducing advanced green technologies like solar panels, heat pumps, wind turbines, rainwater harvesting systems, and electric vehicle charging stations.