Have a great shopping experience

⠀ Enjoy Outside Shopping

Castlepoint is an outdoor centre which makes your experience nicer specifically over the warmer months. However, our walkways are sheltered, so don’t allow a rainy day to put you off visiting. We have some of the largest stores in the region, ensuring there will always be an enjoyable experience for you even during busier times…

We can’t wait to welcome you at Castlepoint Shopping Park.

Your one stop shopping destination

Parking at Castlepoint

If you wish to extend your stay you can visit the Management Suite located below JD Sports to register your vehicle for the day. Additionally, we have tablets located inside the M&S Café and Nandos where you can input your information to enjoy a longer stay.

For further information visit the link below.

Store Closures - Prepare for your visit

H&M will be temporarily closed from 5th-9th September, reopening on 10th September. 

Accessing The Car Park

Customers wanting to access Asda will need to enter and exit via the Sainsbury’s entrance and follow the signs for alternate parking.
 There is currently no vehicle or pedestrian access from B&Q to Asda or any other shops. All access except for B&Q will be via the West roundabout only.
B&Q customers should continue to use the East roundabout and park on either the upper or lower level of the car park, exiting via the temporary ramp in the far corner. This car park will be for B&Q shoppers only. Pedestrians wanting to visit B&Q must follow the pedestrian route on the map above, following signs to Sainsbury’s, crossing over to the West Village following signs round to the East Village, cross at the traffic lights by B&Q and walk down Woodbury Avenue. 

Initially traffic marshals will be located at the B&Q entrance to help direct shoppers to the correct area of the car park for the shops they wish to access.

Bus Stop Changes

The bus stop pickup and drop off points at Castlepoint have changed as of 28th May.

Buses to Royal Bournemouth Hospital will stay on the main road and stop outside the library before continuing to the hospital.

Buses going to Bournemouth and Poole will stop behind the library in Castlepoint.

When going to, or leaving, the shops at Castlepoint, please make sure that you use the zebra crossing by Natwest to get to the bus stops.

Please look below for a map that highlights our changes and demonstrates where the new m1 stops will be.

Plan your visit

By Car

Accessible from Yeovil, 

Southampton, Salisbury

By Bus

Accessible from Yeovil, 

Southampton, Salisbury

By Train

Accessible from Yeovil, 

Southampton, Salisbury

Make the most of your Time

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Our Facilities

We have many services available to you when visiting Castlepoint Shopping Park.

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