Leeds - Trinity
0113 246 8724
Leeds train station is only a few minutes walk away. The Trinity Centre is home to an Everyman cinema along with plenty of other shops and eateries.
Parking varies wildly between the City Centre car parks, so make sure you check before you go. For example, there are amber AA road signs from about a mile out advertising "Trinity Centre Parking" and if you follow these you'll end up at two car parks: Boar Lane NCP and Criterion Place Q-Park. They are very handily located but expensive. Boar Lane charges 24/7 and is £6.50/2hr, £10.50/3hrs and £13.50 for up to 6hrs. Criterion Place is a bit cheaper as it has an evening rate from 6pm-9am at £5.60/2hrs and £6.50 max for over 2hrs, but during the day it becomes £7.20/3hrs, £8.80/4hrs etc. If you can, follow the signs to the "Multi-Storey" which is Woodhouse Lane Multi-Storey. Opening hours are a bit restrictive (Mon-Sat 7am-9pm, Sun 9am-5pm) but the price is much better (£2/2hrs, £3/3hrs, £4/4hrs etc and only £2 all day Sunday) and with it being Pay and Display you can come and go with the same ticket.