The Range

The Range is recognized for its unique variety with more than 65,000 quality products across 16 departments including; DIY, Homewares, Furniture, Lighting, Arts & Crafts and Garden. The Ranges’ ethos is to present mid-price home, leisure and garden products, drawing together everything that could be needed for a stylish home, all at affordable prices.

The Range continues to evolve, with stores stretching all across the UK. The Range has also diversified into property, manufacturing, waste management, shop-fitting and dry cleaning and financial management with the launch of The Money-range. The Range will continue to endeavor to offer quality products at affordable prices.

Store Opening Times
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 8:00pm
Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm
Bank Holidays 9:00am to 8:00pm

From our News & Blog

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Doctor Who through the Ages

Doctor Who, it’s been a family favourite name for years, but just how much has the show changed through the ages and what can we expect from the it in the future?

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Vintage Trainers and their Modern Day Versions

Trainers have been around since the 18th century. The story behind their creation dates back to then, when poorer people would wear rubber soled shoes (plimsolls) which were made without a left or right foot – one standard plimsoll was made to fit all. To fix this somewhat painful issue a US rubber company called Keds produced a canvas top shoe, tailored for each foot and subsequently provided what we would now call the very first trainer.

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Show Mum She’s Worth it this Mother’s Day With Our Perfume Picks

Struggling to find a gift for your Mum for Mothers Day? Why not treat her to some perfume this year?! Here at Shopping City Runcorn we have a huge range of outlets offering some great discounts, but you’ll have to grab them fast as the offers end just as soon as they come around.

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The Rise of Coffee Shops in the UK

It’s becoming virtually impossible to make your way to work, or to even walk down the street without seeing at least 1 or 2 people with a coffee cup in hand nowadays. Which raises the question: just when did coffee shops become so popular in the UK?

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