Latest News from Castle Court Caerphilly:

Our non-essential stores have now reopened in line with the Welsh Government guidance and we’re optimistic about the future – after all, we have some valuable shopping time to make up for! Please ensure you continue to sanitise your hands each time you go into a store and follow our one-way system.

Myself and my team are here to help and we are only too pleased to do so!

Kind Regards

Marika Jones

Centre Manager

Christmas 2021

Caerphilly at Christmas launch day - 4th December! Save the date!!

Gatehouse NEW Bistro Menu

Tuesday - Saturday 6:00pm - 11:30pm

NEW! A cosy and casual evening dining experience with delicious homestyle cooked food and a beautifully curated wine list. View the menu here:

Previous Events

Help For Heroes 40,000 Strong Installation came to the Centre

On Saturday, 2 November, Castle Court Shopping Centre displayed a major display on behalf of Help for Heroes featuring 40,000 small figures, representing the men and women who have been medically discharged from the Armed Forces, aims to raise awareness of the ongoing support they need.

Caerphilly was chosen as the focal point for the Welsh launch of the #40Thousand Strong campaign because it’s the town with the population closest to 40,000, the number of men and women who had to leave the Armed Forces due to injury or illness in the last 20 years.

Help for Heroes Community Recovery Team, based in Treforest, delivers holistic support to serving personnel and veterans from the Army, Navy and RAF, including a number of individuals from Caerphilly, who take part in activities including model-making, sports recovery, and well-being sessions.

The charity worked closely with shops and businesses in the Centre in planning the event, which included Caerphilly Castle lighting up in Help for Heroes colours of Navy, Red and Blue to reflect the three branches of the armed forces.

Find out more at:

A film about the installation can be viewed at:

To get support from Help for Heroes go to: