Brampton community celebrate official opening of new Notcutts Garden Centre

by | Dec 13, 2022 | News | 0 comments

Notcutts has been celebrating the official opening of their new-look Brampton Garden Centre at a community event on 2 December. Since acquiring the garden centre from Frosts in August 2022, Notcutts has refreshed the look, introduced new gardening, homeware and gift ranges, and is ready for customers to enjoy their first Notcutts Christmas experience.

The open event was hosted by Caroline Notcutt, vice-chairman and great-granddaughter of Notcutts’ founder Roger Crompton Notcutt. Notcutts reached their 125th anniversary this year and welcomed the local community to this celebratory event.

Notcutts Brampton Garden Centre, on Buckden Road in Brampton village, offers a wide leisure and shopping experience including homeware, furniture and garden accessories alongside a variety of plants and gardening supplies. In the restaurant, customers can enjoy seasonal hot and cold lunches, snacks and afternoon teas, including a special menu of festive dishes for Christmas time.

Caroline Notcutt said: “We are proud to have acquired Brampton Garden Centre in our 125th anniversary year.  Since the summer, we have been working hard to bring the best of Notcutts, our family values and our passion for home and gardening to the local community. We hope customers have been enjoying their new-look garden centre and experiencing their first Notcutts Christmas with us.”

Joanne Hawkins-McDowell, general manager, Notcutts Brampton, said: “Thank you to all our guests who joined our special opening event. We are delighted to be part of the long-established Notcutts family business.”

Notcutts Brampton Garden Centre, on Buckden Road near Huntingdon, is one of 19 Notcutts Garden Centres nationwide. For more information, call 01480 453048 or visit www.notcutts.co.uk.

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