Sleigh gift giving this Christmas with St. Enoch Centre
Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle during the festive season, whether shopping for loved ones or compiling your own wish list for Santa, St. Enoch Centre has something for everyone this Christmas.
Located in the heart of Glasgow’s Style Mile, St. Enoch Centre is home to more than 80 retailers, ranging from leading department stores to individual boutiques. From the best in beauty to cosy coats with the latest games and trending toys, St. Enoch Centre has the perfect present for all the family under one roof.
Gifts for women – Wrap up or dare to bare
Show her that she is on the good list with fabulous fashion and beauty finds fit for all occasions from stores including H&M, Quiz, Topshop, Superdry, Debenhams, The Body Shop and Boots.
Beauty – Debenhams –L’Occitane Cherry Blossom Bauble £12.00
Dress – H&M- £49.99
Top – Dorothy Perkins- £30.00
Bag – Dorothy Perkins – £22.00
Debenhams – RJR. John Rocha Hat – £19.00
Superdry – Superdry Ashley Everest Jacket – £129.99
Gifts for men
Suit and boot the man in your life with a practical but personal gift – prepare them for an adventure in the hills from Trespass or a sophisticated suit, apt for a night in town from Burton, H&M and Debenhams (perfectly paired with a fetching new fragrance from Boots, The Perfume Shop or Topman). Is staying in more his thing? This month saw the release of the long-awaited Battlefield V and Call of Duty Black Ops 4 available in-centre at GAME.
Aftershave – Topman – £10.00
Trespass Men’s Whitman Packaway Down Jacket – £49.99
Game – Call of Duty Black Ops 4 PS4 – £49.99
Blazer – Red Herring @ Debenhams – £99.00
Hotel Chocolat – Chocolat Cream Liqueur – £25.00
Superdry – Superdry Worldwide Tickettype Splat Tee – £24.99
Gifts for kids
Trending toys? Check. Cute Christmas outfits? Check. With an outstanding collection of family-focused stores including Hamleys, Disney, Debenhams and Mothercare all under one roof, St. Enoch Centre has it covered for wee ones of all ages.
H&M Holiday Collection- Girls dress – £14.99
H&M Holiday Collection- Boys Shirt – £14.99
Toys – Debenhams – Squeezamals large dog – £17.99
Toys – Debenhams – Jurassic World, Roarivores assorted – £20.00
Toys – Debenhams – My first Christmas penguin -£12.00
Gifts for Children with Autism, sensory or learning disabilities or vulnerabilities – Stimulate their senses
St. Enoch Centre is proud to support Scottish Autism, the centre’s official charity partner, and as part of its Christmas gifting special the centre has worked with the charity to help identify some gifts that will be fun as well as practical.
As always – one gift doesn’t fit all so be sure to home in on hobbies and interests to find loved ones something truly special – but some things to think about, include:
Trending toys such as Lego, Trollz, Disney characters and games can develop commination skills and be a valuable source of friendship as well as providing different noises and textures for children to play with.
Alternatively, gifts that offer a sensory experience are an excellent way to engage both hyper and hypo sensitivities – for people who seek this type of input. Suggestions include: perfumed toiletries (like soaps and bubble baths), lamps and lighting (twinkle lights and lava lamps), trampolines, pop up tents, headphones (both for listening to music and cutting out sound input) as well as arts and crafts materials.
Items that focus on routine can also make for great gifts while also supporting the development of planning skills. Calendars are great for this and are particularly timely for the New Year.
As when buying any gift, it is important to think about the individual and their personal interests and how they may use the present.Notebooks – Debenhams – MW by
Matthew Williamson notebooks – £9.00
Debenhams – Touch and feel book – Here Come the Dinosaurs – £6.99
Debenhams – Lego Jurassic World, Blue’s Helicopter Pursuit £50.00
Debenhams – Oscar the Hungary Unicorn book – £6.99
As part of its festive celebrations, Santa is opening his Grotto in-centre during specific “quiet” sessions, designed for children with autism or with sensory or learning disabilities or vulnerabilities. Quiet sessions will be held between 10am and 11am on Sunday 11, 18 and 25 November as well as Sunday 2, 9 and 16 December.
St. Enoch also has a quiet space where shoppers can go and take time out. The quiet and safe space is open seven days a week during the centre’s opening hours. When using the room for the first time, customers must register at customer services on the first floor. Advanced registrations can be taken by calling 0141 204 3900.
Not sure what to get? Let your loved ones choose with a St. Enoch Centre gift card, valid at all retailers and available with a value of up to £500.