The secret Meadowhall dress code you never knew existed - this is what you have to wear

You may be surprised to know that everyone's favourite shopping centre Meadowhall has a secret dress code.

Friday, 27th July 2018, 9:17 am
Updated Friday, 27th July 2018, 9:22 am

It means that Meadowhall can technically kick you out of its premises for not wearing the correct clothing attire but, luckily, it isn't very strict.

Meadowhall's Visitor Code of Conduct has a list of items that they will not permit in order to 'maintain a family environment'.

The code bans shirts and shoes not being worn as well as hi visibility clothing.

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Meadowhall also will not permit 'any actions that may be perceived as intimidating'.

This includes 'the wearing of motorcycle helmets and hoods, or groups of young people (male and female) loitering on the malls, in the Oasis Dining Quarter, or the surrounding footpaths and car parks.

They have also banned unsociable behaviour, including shouting and swearing as well as pets on the malls and common areas, with the exception of assistance dogs.

Meadowhall said its aim is provide a safe, friendly, family-focused environment and the policies are in place so 'everyone enjoys their visit'.

Leafleting, canvassing and carrying out interviews and surveys is banned in the malls as well as busking or the unauthorised selling of goods.

Smoking, cycling, roller blading, micro scooters, segways, hover boards and skating are 'strictly prohibited' as well as well as filming, photography and using tripod equipment.

Running, climbing or sitting on any escalator, balustrade, barrier, fence or railing is also banned.

Meadowhall has said that alcohol is only to be consumed within premises that hold a relevant license. Customers must also stay within the boundaries of the premises that they have purchased their drink from.