Fleetwood Town Centre includes local shops and high street names, plus the market and more
Lord Street is the main shopping high street in Fleetwood. It runs parallel with Dock Street from the market through to Amounderness Way. Poulton Road, the A587, turns off at right angles, where you’ll find more shops of all kinds.
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Drive along Lord Street
Have a look at dash-cam footage of the car journey along Lord Street.
Drive along Lord Street from Fisherman’s Walk to the RBS Bank…
…and from RBS to North Albert Street
Shops in Fleetwood Town Centre
Fleetwood has a varied selection of shops with national chains and local independent stores.
Lord Street, Fleetwood Town Centre
You’ll find all kinds of things, from clothes repairs and ironmongery, through to gifts and clothes and wool for hand-knitting.
There are chemists, supermarkets plus butchers, bakeries and cafes, hairdressers, dry cleaners and electrical suppliers. At Mike Sanderson Electricals you can buy anything from a fuse to an American fridge!
Professional Services in Fleetwood Town Centre
You’ll find accountants, solicitors and dentists in the area around St Peter’s Church. Jones Harris Accountants can be seen in the photo below, of St Peter’s Place.
St Peter’s Place, Fleetwood
Fleetwood Market is on Adelaide Street, near to the clock tower and adjacent to Dock Street.
It’s open all year round with indoor and outdoor stalls.
It’s a popular spot with locals and visitors, with coach trips visiting each week and local people enjoying the range of goods on offer.
There’s fancy goods, clothes and handbags, through to sweets, ironmongery and vegetables.
North Albert Street
Near St Peter’s Church in the area of the market, Lord Street turns into North Albert Street. Here you will find Fleetwood Library and a little further along is Fleetwood Hospital.
If you follow North Albert Street to its end you’ll arrive at the North Euston Hotel and The Esplanade. This is the ‘seaside seafront’ in Fleetwood.
Fleetwood is one of very few places where trams share the main highway with cars and normal traffic.
The tramway runs along North Albert Street and Lord Street to Fishermans Walk. You can see the tram rails and overhead power cables clearly in the above photo.
This is the line which extends through Cleveleys, along Blackpool seafront to its most southern point at Squires Gate Lane.
Blackpool Transport operate the trams in Fleetwood, officially a ‘light railway’.
On selected dates, you will also be able to see, and ride on, the old Heritage Trams. They operate during event days and at peak holiday times.
A Heritage Tram and a new tram at Tram Sunday
Don’t forget to make a date for Tram Sunday! It’s the one day in the year when Fleetwood town centre is closed to traffic, for a huge event all over the town.
No visit to Fleetwood would be complete without a trip to Freeport.
If you travel into Fleetwood by car via the A585 you will pass Freeport Fleetwood Outlet Shopping Centre.
Along with Asda, Freeport is just off the big roundabout as you arrive in the town, not far from Lord Street.
It’s an outlet shopping village with something for everyone, including M&S, Next, Gap and many other big brand names and plenty of bargains.
With plenty of free parking it’s also somewhere that you can go if you’ve got a dog. There are lots of benches for the dog-sitter to rest and wait while other family members go shopping. In fact many of the shops are happy for you to take your canine friend in, particularly if he is small enough to carry.
Lord Street Fleetwood