**CLOSED**The Potteries, Hanley - Vision Express Opticians

The Potteries Shopping Centre
Market Square
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST1 1PS

Opening hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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Information:

Please note, due to COVID19 this store is temporarily closed.

Store facilities and services

  • Free eye tests
  • Free contact lens trial
  • Digital retinal photography
  • Glasses repairs
  • OCT 3D eye scan

By car:

From the North: Leave the M6 at Junction 16 on to the A500. Follow signs for City Centre (Hanley), then follow signs for The Potteries Shopping Centre.

From the South: Leave the M6 at Junction 15 on to the A500. Follow signs for City Centre (Hanley), then follow signs for The Potteries Shopping Centre.

From the West: On the A50 follow signs for the A500. Follow signs for City Centre (Hanley), then follow signs for The Potteries Shopping Centre.

Multi storey car park: Entrances to the car park can be found on Bryan Street and Quadrant Road.

Car Parking charges are £1.10 per hour or part thereof.


By bus:

The Shopping Centre is well served By bus with services from many areas. There are bus stops right outside the centre and the city centre bus station is only 10 minutes walk away.

Bus stops for the centre can be found on Quadrant Road, Stafford Street, Albion Street, Old Hall Street and Town Road.


On Foot:

Entrances to the centre can be found on Market Square, Town Road, Quadrant Road and Stafford Street.


By train:

The nearest railway station is Stoke-on-Trent. There are regular train services from Crewe, Derby, Macclesfield, Stafford and Wolverhampton. From there you can catch one of the many frequent buses from the bus stop outside the station, the journey time being less than 10 minutes.

Please download our Public Transport Guide for more information. For train times and fares please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk


By Bike:

Free cycle racks are available around the centre. The National Cycle Network routes are setup around the city and can be viewed at www.sustrans.org.uk. National Route 5 passes The Potteries Shopping Centre and follows useful greenways through the centre of Stoke-on-Trent using canal towpaths and disused railways.

Cycle parking is available on Quadrant Road just off Route 5, opposite the entrances to the car park and in Town Road.

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