The Trafford Centre is one of the most popular places for shopping in Manchester.
You can pick up anything, from clothes to makeup to your weekly shop - there’s nothing you can’t get.
However, with great choices comes great responsibility, which means you’ve got to stick to the rules when visiting.
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The shopping complex has put together a list of do’s and don'ts on their website titled the ‘Visitors code on conduct’.
The most obvious rules include no smoking, no litter, no shopping trolleys on the mall and no running.
But there are some other rules which people may not be aware of.
The shopping centre reserves the right to deny anyone entry whose actions they feel are ‘inappropriate’.
On their website they said: “Anyone who ignores these rules or commits a crime will be denied entry for as long as Centre Management sees fit.
“But to the ninety-nine point nine percent of you who are wonderful, lovely people and who wouldn’t dream of being the slightest bit anti-social, thank you for taking the time and trouble to read this.”
So, what are the rules?
Here’s a few to keep in mind next time you’re in the Trafford Centre.
It goes without saying, but bad behaviour won’t be tolerated.
This includes intimidating behaviour towards staff, retailers or customers; climbing on the barriers or fencing and swearing, shouting or unpleasant language.
“As your mum might say, “It’s not nice and it’s not clever' and she’d be right,” the website says.
Also no throwing of any objects, no vandalism and no inappropriate use of the lifts/escalators.
Visitors are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing at all times - so even if it’s really hot, keep it covered!
Also, if you’ve got a hood, keep it down and if you’re wearing a helmet, take it off.
Even if you’re having a bad hair day.
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No promotion or busking
You have to get a thumbs up from the centre management in order to leaflet, canvass or conduct third party interviews/surveys.
That also goes for selling goods in the mall without their permission.
Busking on the fly is also not allowed unless agreed in advance with the centre management, no matter how good you are.
No animals except for guide dogs
Animals are not allowed in the centre, unless they’re assistance dogs.
No balls, no bikes, no skateboards or scooters
“No ball games even if you are Lionel Messi,” the website says.
That also includes bikes, roller-blades, micro-scooters, skateboards and Heelys or any similar product is not allowed anywhere in the centre.
No commercial filming
Any commercial filming or photography is not allowed unless it’s agreed by centre management.
That also goes for drones, even if you can buy one in the centre.
For people’s safety, drones are not allowed anywhere in the mall, stores or car parks without permission.
However, if you’re taking selfies with friends and family then snap away!
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