Garden centre opens first Christmas grotto after ?1m refurb

by | Dec 14, 2016 | News | 0 comments


Frensham Garden Centre has lifted the curtain on its first ever ?Winter Wonderland Grotto? as part of a ?1 million-plus refurbishment of the independent, family-run centre in The Reeds Road.

Farnham Brass Band was on hand to perform at the grotto?s grand opening in on Sunday, November 27, and will return for a second performance of festive favourites this Sunday (December 11).

Owner of the garden centre, David Wheelhouse said: ?We have completely refurbished the whole site, we have actually spent over ?1 million this year refurbishing. It has been worth it, we hope to be the premium garden centre in this area, this year and all of next year.

?We truly are a one-stop shop for Christmas. We have an improved coffee shop, a new food court, loads of Christmas gift ideas, a huge range of ski wear, new camping section and loads of free parking.?

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