Traditional Shopping Area: City Centre (St David's)
The Hayes and Working Street
The Hayes and Working Street, Cardiff. CF10 1GJ
The old north-south route through of Cardiff, Working Street runs from St John the Baptist Church to Hill's Street and The Hayes Island Snack Bar, then becoming The Hayes. Recently fully pedestrianised and repaved to a high standard, the modern designer shops of St David's Centre are a new addition to the area.
Features of the area include the previously mentioned St John's Church, Cardiff Market on Trinity Street (which runs parallel to Working Street), the old Free Library, House of Fraser (formerly James Howells) department store and the famous old David Morgan building. For some reason, the council has decided to "remove Victoria Place", which runs from Wharton Street/Trinity Street junction to The Hayes (at Morgan Arcade).
Regularly during the year there are craft stalls on Working Street, opposite the entrance to Queens Arcade.
Free wifi available. Smoking allowed.
Most shops are open 9am-5.30pm Monday to Saturday, 11am-5pm Sunday.
Located in the city centre between Queen Street and Bute Terrace.
Cardiff Central railway station: Five minutes walk.
Parking available nearby - payment required.
The Hayes and Working Street, The Hayes and Working Street, Cardiff. CF10 1GJ
Last Updated Monday 28 March 2022
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