Hundreds of trick-or-treaters are expected to descend on intu Merry Hill on Sunday 30th October as part of the centre's big indoor Halloween Trick or Treat event.
Children are invited to pick up a Halloween bucket from Customer Services from 11am on Sunday and to go out in the safety of the shopping centre and find more than 20 stops, where stores and restaurants will be giving away thousands of free sweets.
Stores and restaurants who are taking part will display large pumpkin stickers in their windows, with sweets and buckets available while stocks last.
intu’s mission this half term is to make Halloween 'fang-tastic' for families with five days of activities for children to take part in a series of different workshops taking place from Saturday 22nd – Wednesday 26th October.
Primark has today officially launched its newly refurbished and extended store at intu Merry Hill. The store is now over 70 per cent larger, with two floors of fashion over 60,000 sq ft of retail space, and over 80 additional jobs have been created.
The store’s design and layout builds on Primark’s latest contemporary shop fit with new and improved fitting rooms and cash desks, access to free …More info
A new 'Peaky Blinders' themed bar is now open next to intu Merry Hill at The Waterfront.
The bar is the first venture into the pub industry for owners Jason Montgomery and Spida Price, who are from Brierley Hill.
The saloon-style bar called The Garrison, features candle holders and dark wood furniture and is themed similarly to the copper bars of the 1920s, with ceilings painted as if they h…More info
intu is pleased to announce its plans for a multi-million-pound investment to transform the external facade intu Merry Hill, the Midlands largest shopping centre, as part of its latest phase in further cementing the centre’s position as one of the very best shopping destinations in the UK.
intu Merry Hill, which attracts around 18 million visitors a year, will benefit from over £10 million inv…More info