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Information and review of the Mothercare Aberdeen branch with website links and offers, directions, store facilities, opening times, jobs and a history of Mothercare
is conveniently situated in the Berryden shopping centre where there is free parking and access to other stores and superstores like Argos, JJB and Next.
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The Mothercare shop in Aberdeen sells most things for pregnant women, the newborn baby and his or her mother and for toddlers and children up to the age of eight years old. Whether you are after a baby alarm, ride on toy, maternity clothes, books, car seats, travel cots, mattresses, sterilisers, baby and child clothes or shoes, bath and potty training equipment, fire guards or bedroom furniture - Mothercare Aberdeen can help you.
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The shop has access for disabled shoppers and for those pushing a pram, buggy or pushchair. All items are on the ground floor and the doors are automatic. There is plenty of disabled car parking spaces just outside the Mothercare store. The Aberdeen Mothercare shop has toilets located at the rear till point - great news for mums and dads who have a toddler who has to go right now! The store is toddler friendly with area of play and some of those fun small shopping trolleys for them to push around the store to join in their parents with the family shopping.
Shop Online at Mothercare
There is also the Mothercare website at www.mothercare.com which has the added advantage of delivering the Mothercare items direct to your door. This is a great service especially if you are buying Nursery or baby equipment and furniture like cots, playpens, cribs, highchairs or safety gates. These items may be heavy and bulky for your car so let the Mothercare site take the strain. Free delivery is available when your order is over £150, otherwise there is a small delivery charge.
The Mothercare site has all the items listed in the Mothercare catalogue and more with the latest prices and offers. Mothercare catalogues come out at Christmas, Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter.
Mothercare have a card designed for regular shoppers where you get points back for each purchase in the Mothercare shop, free delivery when you spend £100 (rather than £150 for non card holders), advice for baby and child care in their regular newsletter, special offers, information about new products and special invites to Mothercare events. There is more information about the Mothercare Mothercard at mothercare.com
Opening Times of Mothercare Aberdeen
Monday 9am - 8pm
Tuesday 9am - 8pm
Wednesday 9am - 8pm
Thursday 9am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm
Contact Address Telephone Number and Website Details for Mothercare
Postcode: AB25 3SA
Tel: (01224) 635637
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How To Get To Mothercare Aberdeen
Directions to Mothercare Aberdeen from the City Centre: Go to the end of Union Street and turn left into King Street at the Castlegate. Follow the road until the first main set of traffic lights and turn left into West North Street. Follow the round down past Morrisons and head to the Mounthooly roundabout by the Gallowgate. Take the second exit onto Hutcheon Street. Go past PC World and take the right turn at the traffic lights onto Berryden Road and follow the road. Mothercare Aberdeen is on the right hand side. Take the first car park, rather than the second which leads to Toysrus and Sainsburys.
Jobs at Mothercare
Jobs at Mothercare are advertised in the Aberdeen job centre, the Evening Express and Press and Journal newspapers. There are often more work opportunities at Christmas time at Mothercare to cope with Xmas customers. It is best to apply for such a job position in Mothercare from September.
The latest career and job vacancies throughout the UK are listed at the Mothercare website at www.mothercare.com on the lower left hand side with positions such as customer service advisor, systems trainer, assistant managers, store manager, etc. Such careers are for full and part time positions and temporary and permanent jobs. Application forms for Mothercare are available online.
History of Mothercare
Mothercare used to have a shop on Union Street, Aberdeen just outside the park and ride bus stop and next door to RS McColls newsagent. It closed in 2005.
Mother care is a brand and shop that is well trusted and known amongst UK mothers and mothers to be with a reputation of selling most products an expectant mother can need to care for her baby and child up to 8 years old. There are over 200 Mothercare shops in the UK. Other Scottish Mothercare stores can be found at Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness. International Mothercare stores can be found at all over the globe including Cyprus, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, Lebanon, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Saudi Arabia and Spain.
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Mothercare were awarded the UK’s Specialty Retailer of the Year 2008 award.
Top selling products at Mothercare.com for June 2008 were:
Quinny Buzz 3-wheeler pushchair- Black
Mothercare cot mattresses (various sizes/ styles)
Silver Cross 3D Complete Pram System- Jet Sport
Mothercare My3 3-wheeler travel system- Black
Aylesbury cot bed
Cotton jersey fitted sheets- 2pk (various colours and sizes)
Kiddyguard Safety Gate
Maxi Cosi® Priorifix isofix car seat- Black Reflection
Early Learning Centre
In July 2008 Mothercare bought over the Early Learning Centre and to celebrate the Aberdeen Mothercare and Early Learning Centre store in Berryden held a special day for children on the weekend of Saturday 19 July and Sunday 20 July 08. Visiting kids were treated to face painting, a free competition prize draw, balloons and a visit from a special ELC celebrity: Postman Pat at various times on the Saturday.