The original Frank Bird business was founded in Barnsley, South Yorkshire at the outbreak of war in 1939 – 80 years later, the Frank Bird brand was relaunched in the Autumn of 2019 , once again providing premium menswear at the original Barnsley location aswell as a second store in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

With a focus on exceptional customer service, Frank Bird aim to provide the finest Menswear collections from around the world. With a brand portfolio including Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, C.P. Company, Paul Smith, Belstaff & many more, Frank Bird is the destination store for Menswear in Wakefield

Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday : 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am to 3:00pm

A specialist boutique in Thompsons Yard Ossett selling designer clothes, bags, and accessories for a discerning customer.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10-5.00pm Sat 10-5pm Sun Closed

Male Grooming parlour at Cross Square Wakefield where talented barbers, great advice and good styling comes as standard.

Opening hours: Mon-Tues 7-4.00pm, Wed-Thurs 7-7pm, Fri 7-6pm, Sat 7-4pm Sun Closed

This Horbury High Street based boutique is a unique ladies boutique full of gorgeous handpicked pieces and the promise of an unforgettable shopping experience.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10-5.00pm Sat 10-4pm Sun Closed

Home cooked food from the all new Pledwick serving great quality, freshly made food with locally sourced ingredients and an ethos of flavour over fuss. Whatever the occasion, whether it’s a romantic meal for two, midweek outing for tea, or family Sunday lunch there is a delicious selection of classic British dishes available.

Opening hours

Monday – Friday: Open from Midday
Saturday & Sunday: Open from 10am

Breakfast (Saturday & Sunday Only) 10am – 11:30am

Lunch (Monday – Saturday ) 12pm – 2pm
Sunday Lunch 12pm – 7pm

Dinner (Monday – Saturday) 5pm – 9pm
Please note no food after 7pm on Sunday

The supper Club is where dreams are made of pizza. Where great pride is taken in serving up delicious cocktails, craft beers and elegant gins alongside their very own pizzeria.

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12-12am, Fri-Sat 12-2am, Sun 12-12am

There is nothing nicer than eating delicious genuine Italian food freshly cooked from the best fresh ingredients, to closely guarded recipes prepared in the traditional way. Eat at Prego and you’ll feel like your dining a thousand miles away from home.

Opening hours: Mon – closed, Tue-Thurs 5-10pm, Fri-Sat 5-10.30pm, Sun 3.30-9pm.

The home of the Metre long pizza! The Yorkshire Deli & Pizza Bar is about quality rustic food all in a location that is easy to access, with friendly staff and a place where a sandwich is made in front of you as well as the pizza. A place where coffee is not an after thought, or a pre-packaged idea from someone in an office somewhere but cared for and made with some genuine love and attention.

Opening hours: Mon 8-4pm, Tues 8-9pm,Weds & Thurs 8-9.30pm, Fri & Sat 8-10pm, Sun 9:30-3pm

Wakefield freecitybus links key locations around Wakefield city centre including both Westgate rail station, Wakefield One council building, Kirkgate rail station, the bus station, shops and retail parks. Shopping points include Trinity and The Ridings Centre, Ings Road, Cathedral and Westgate Retail and Leisure Parks. The service also serves The Hepworth Gallery at Wakefield Waterfront. Buses run every 10-12 minutes from 0730 to 1840, Monday to Fridays and between 0830 and 1700 on Saturdays.

There is no charge to travel on Wakefield freecitybus. Each vehicle is fully accessible and can carry one wheelchair at a time.

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Located not far from Leeds, Wakefield Kirkgate Railway Station serves the city of Wakefield with regular Northern and Grand Central services operating on the Hallam, Pontefract, and Huddersfield Lines. On an hourly basis, trains from Wakefield Kirkgate run thrice an hour to Leeds and once to Sheffield, once to Knottingley Railway Station, and to Leeds and Nottingham each. Four trains daily operate on the Bradford Interchange-Kings Cross Line. Northbound Northern services depart platform 1, southbound on platform 2, and north-eastbound services by Northern and Kings Cross trains on platform 3.