- Mon 09:00 - 17:30
- Tues 09:00 - 17:30
- Wed 09:00 - 17:30
- Thurs 09:00 - 17:30
- Fri 09:00 - 17:30
- Sat 09:00 - 17:30
- Sun 10:00 - 16:00
- Bank holidays 10:00 - 16:00
- Up to 2 hours £1.10
- Up to 4 hours £2.20
- Over 4 hours (per hour) £1.10
- Sunday's & bank holiday's £0.00
Car Park Opening times
Tues 07:00 - 18:45
Wed 07:00 - 18:45
Thurs 07:00 - 18:45
Fri 07:00 - 18:45
Sat 07:00 - 18:45
Sun 07:00 - 16:30
Bank holidays 07:00 - 18:45
Yeovil has two train stations, Yeovil Junction (Waterloo - Exeter line) and Yeovil Pen Mill (Bristol -Weymouth line). Both stations are not in Yeovil Town Centre and are a taxi or bus ride away from the Centre. You can contact Radio Cabs on 01935 426666.
To find train times that suit you visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
For those travelling by bus or coach, Yeovil Bus Station is immediately adjacent to the Quedam car park.By Car
To find the Quedam Car Park, enter from any main route into Yeovil Town Centre and follow the signs to the Quedam car park. For Sat Nav systems the postcode for Central Road (which runs alongside the Quedam car park) is BA20 1JQParking Info
There are over 650 parking spaces right next door to the Centre in our 3 level car park. The Quedam car park has achieved the Park Mark award for security and safety levels and operates a pay on foot system, which means no worrying about having to get back to your car before your ticket expires! Customers are asked to remember the Quedam car park is locked overnight and the closure time of the car park is always displayed at the vehicle entrance. Please note the maximum height for vehicles using the car park is 2.1m.
IF YOUR CAR IS LOCKED IN THE CAR PARK AT NIGHT
Vehicles locked in the car park overnight may be released by calling 01935 477754, however please note there may be a delay in opening the car park and parking charges accrued are payable.
Yeovil Shopmobility is a scheme providing powered scooters, as well as powered and manual wheelchairs to enable people with limited mobility to move around Yeovil Town Centre more easily. Their aim is to enable people with mobility impairments to take increasing control of their own affairs and to pursue personal choice, to advance and improve their quality of life. Anyone with limited mobility can use Shopmobility, whether through permanent or temporary disability, illness, accident or age. You do not have to be disabled to use the service. To find out more please contact the Yeovil Shopmobility team directly via: Yeovil Shopmobility, Lower Ground Floor, Quedam Shopping Centre, Yeovil. BA20 1E4. Tel: 01935 420889.
Amazon Lockers are self-service kiosks where customers can collect or return their Amazon parcels at a time that's convenient for them. Amazon Lockers are free for Amazon Prime members (and One Day Delivery is just £1.99 for non-Prime members).
Step 1: Find & Save your Amazon Locker
Step 2: Send your stuff
Step 3: Pick up your parcel
Head to https://www.amazon.co.uk/b?ie=UTF8&node=2594544031 to order to the Quedam Amazon Lockers or for more info.
Our Access Policy
The Quedam Centre recognises that our customers sometimes face access difficulties, due to factors like injury, language challenges, disability issues or other mobility factors, i.e. use of a pushchair. The Quedam aims to provide a reasonable level of service to all customers, and therefore we are committed to the following specific policies:
- To improve access issues where reasonable and maintain them properly.
- To promote better access through out Yeovil by supporting the South Somerset Disability Forum good access award scheme.
- To ensure that if a Centre shop is planning major alterations they consider access issues.
- Where access/language prevents a customer from coming to the Management Suite to resolve an issue, a team member will go to that customer to ensure they have a reasonable level of service.
- To think of language challenges - i.e. instructions on how to use the car park system are available in Italian and French.
- To maintain a positive working relationship with any recognised group representing access issues of any group within the community.
All of the Quedam team are committed to this access policy, however we are always looking to improve our operations and therefore any problems or suggested improvements to this policy should be communicated to the Centre Management team. The Quedam Centre works closely with our friends at South Somerset Disability Forum. Why not find out more about the Forum via their website.
Click & Collect is a free service available in a number of our stores including Boots, M&S, New Look, Topshop and Topman. Shop online from the comfort of your home and choose to have your shopping delivered to your local store. You're then able to collect your items at a time convenient to you.
To find out which of our many stores offer the Click & Collect service, please visit our Stores page.