Cleveleys Town Centre

Cleveleys Town Centre

Find Cleveleys town centre between the sea front and the Blackpool to Fleetwood tramway, for a great mix of local shopping by the sea.

Family Friendly Shopping by the Sea

Cleveleys is one of the best places for family friendly shopping by the sea. And you’ll find a really good mix of shops here, all close to each other, without having to walk a long way between shops, like you would in some town centres.

In Cleveleys town centre you’ll find national names, side-by-side with local independents. Visit a really good mix of shops which includes clothes, food retailers, supermarkets, furniture and homewares. We’ve got independent butchers, bakers (sorry – no candlestick makers!), cheese shop, fishmongers, fruit and veg, and many more.

Independent retailers on Victoria Road West, Cleveleys
Independent retailers on Victoria Road West, Cleveleys

Sign Up

In common with many town centres we have our share of charity shops in Cleveleys. However, they’re all excellent quality. Well presented and well stocked they’re somewhere to bag a bargain, help a good cause and put unwanted possessions to good use. They’re very popular with shoppers – in fact they’re a visitor attraction in their own right!

You can actually sustain yourself quite nicely with the shops at Cleveleys if you can’t, or don’t want to go elsewhere. There aren’t many small town centres that can still say that!

Watch the world go by

Cleveleys town centre is a great place to watch the world go by. The main section of high street has a wide pavement with plenty of benches and there are lots of pavement cafes too. It’s a friendly place, so if you sit down you can bet you’ll end up chatting to someone!

Sit for a chat in Cleveleys town centre
Sit for a chat in Cleveleys town centre

There are often street entertainers and buskers playing in the town centre which makes for a nice atmosphere, especially on a sunny day.

Victoria Road West

The main shopping street in Cleveleys town centre is Victoria Road West. It runs at right angles from the promenade, intersecting the tramway at Victoria Square.

Google map Cleveleys town centre

Victoria Road West continues as far inland as the big roundabout. That’s the junction for Morrison’s supermarket, Victoria Road East (to Thornton), Fleetwood and the A585.

Victoria Road West begins at the promenade at the clock shelter (below). This is near to the open space on the promenade at Cleveleys seafront, known locally as the Plaza.

Cleveleys Town Centre, looking along Victoria Road West from the seafront
Cleveleys Town Centre, looking along Victoria Road West from the seafront

There are shops along the main road, along the tramway and the side streets which join Victoria Road West, on both sides of the road.

Cleveleys Town Centre, Victoria Road West
Cleveleys Town Centre, Victoria Road West

Explore Victoria Road West, Cleveleys Town Centre

Have a walk along Victoria Road West in this short video clip –

Cleveleys Town Centre

The heart of Cleveleys town centre – Victoria Square

Victoria Road West crosses the tramway at Victoria Square – it’s right in the centre of Cleveleys (below).

Victoria Square, at the heart of Cleveleys town centre
Pass through Victoria Square, right at the heart of Cleveleys town centre. The sea is just at the end of the road!

Crescent East (leading to Kelso Avenue) and Rossall Road are the two approaches into Victoria Square alongside the tramway (below). You’ll find shops along both sides of the road here too.

Victoria Square at the tramway in Cleveleys town centre
Victoria Square at the tramway in Cleveleys town centre
Rossall Road in Cleveleys town centre
Rossall Road in Cleveleys town centre – the tramway is at the left behind the concrete fence.

A Great Day Out at Cleveleys

When you’ve finished in the town centre, enjoy a lovely stroll along the sea front and beautiful promenade.

Cleveleys promenade in summer - take a walk when you've visited the town centre
Cleveleys promenade in summer – take a walk when you’ve been shopping

Parking, Buses and Toilets

There are a number of short and long stay car parks in Cleveleys.

  • In Cleveleys town centre:
    On Rough Lea Road there is a short stay car park.
    There are two long stay car parks on Derby Road, straight across from the bus station.
  • A long stay car park is on Cleveleys seafront at Jubilee Gardens
  • There is free (but limited) on-street parking all over the area, both on side streets and on the promenade.

Cleveleys bus station is just a few yards walk from the centre of Cleveleys, near to B&M.

Public toilets in Cleveleys are single cubicle-style, managed by Danfo and cost 20p to use. Find them in the car park on Rough Lea Road, and at the bus station. There are more toilets at the promenade cafe, opposite Jubilee Gardens.

Would you like to be Involved?

Cleveleys was awarded a £10,000 government grant in early 2017 to establish a Coastal Community Team.

Cleveleys Coastal Community Team, looking after the town centre
Cleveleys Coastal Community Team

A small group of volunteers are working hard to improve Cleveleys and make it better than average. They have improved the towns appearance, instigated a weekly market and brightened up the bus station.

There’s an amazing sense of community spirit in Cleveleys. Local people love their town, and tourists love to visit. You can feel the warmth of the place when you shop here – people are friendly and welcoming.

You can keep up to speed, and get involved, by joining the ‘Care for Cleveleys’ Facebook group.

Find out More about Cleveleys Town Centre

While you’re here…

Have a look at the Visit Cleveleys website homepage for more of the latest updates.

Love the Fylde Coast? Sign up for your weekly email newsletter. Packed full of interesting things it arrives in your inbox all 52 weeks of the year.

Join us on Facebook at our Visit Fylde Coast Facebook Group

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @visitFyldeCoast

What do you think? Leave a comment

4 Comments
  1. Avatar

    We always enjoy coming to Cleveleys as a visitor, but my wife is in a wheelchair and finds it more and more difficult due to the uneven paths. They are in a disgusting state, no level dropdown onto roads – too much of a drop. Slabs 2in above another. If you want a lift around in a chair to see, I can oblige. Council needs to spend money for people who don’t walk.

  2. Avatar

    How can I get a list of accommodation in Cleveleys. I have tried but can only find the Regal. We DO NOT WANT TO STAY IN BLACKPOOL. It would be of benefit if you would include a list in your web pages. Thank you. DAVE & MARGARET HARRISON.

    1. Avatar

      The Briardene Hotel is your best bet – technically it’s in Blackpool (just!) but it’s almost in Cleveleys! Details here

  3. Avatar

    Garlands Holiday Apts are lovely pet friendly to and on the Prom every thing on door step Highly Recommended.Sue Jones

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *