Congratulations to Keith Nicholson the lucky winner of our cracker count up competition. Keith has won a £200 shopping spree at Byron Place Shopping Centre . Keith won this prize by guessing the correct amount of crackers inside our giant snowglobe. There was 1,436 inside.
We are pleased to announce that our Honesty Library is here to stay! The Honesty Library is staying for good at the Centre after the success of the Read On campaign that took place in October 2016. The library is a “take a book, leave a book or give a small donation” gathering place where the local community […]
The team at Byron Place visited Seaview Primary to read with the school children. The children were very attentive and had lots of questions about reading! As part of our mission to get Seaham reading, we’re encouraging you all to read for 15 minutes every day. Evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every […]
On Thursday 30th June, the team at Byron Place spent the morning planting flower beds with students from Ropery Walk School as part of the Seaham in Bloom project.
Byron Place Shopping Centre is committed and proud to be environmentally friendly and hosted an event to encourage its shoppers to do the same. Between Thursday 23rd June and Sunday 26th June, the Shopping Centre hosted a four day #GreenFest event to provide valuable information and tips on how to be greener. Byron Place is […]
Byron Place Shopping Centre is proud to support the Heel & Toe Children’s Charity as its annual pledge to a local charity, with ongoing fundraising and local events. Byron Place Shopping Centre has chosen to support the Heel & Toe Children’s Charity as it is the only charity within the North East region that provides […]
Our centre manager John Brady and staff braved the weather this bank holiday Monday by joining in a one mile ONESIE WALK with Heel & Toe Children’s Charity! The charity provide brilliant provision for families and children living with movement disorders and we are so proud to support them! Dalmatian (Alex Cloete) and Byron […]
Friday 22nd January saw the official unveiling of Seaham’s latest piece of public art depicting world renowned poet Lord Byron. The unveiling was timed to take place on the 228th anniversary of Lord Byron’s birthday and cements the poet’s link to the town after his marriage to his wife Annabella at Seaham Hall in January […]