Notcutts Booker unveils new look

by | May 15, 2019 | Chains, News | 0 comments

The refurbished garden centre now offers customers a bright and modern space to shop. It has an improved layout and upgraded flooring and lighting throughout.
The outdoor plant area has expanded to offer more variety of plants and garden supplies. The car park has extended to improve accessibility and parking for customers.
Notcutts Booker
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New restaurant at Notcutts Booker

The restaurant at Notcutts Booker has also undergone a complete transformation. It now provides customers with a comfortable dining area.

The special event also marked the unveiling of a new display garden. It’s designed to inspire local gardeners with creative ideas and plant combinations for their spaces.
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The Notcutts Garden

The garden showcases Notcutts’ history of horticultural passion and expertise. It follows a theme of tranquillity, with a large water fountain, structural pergola and over 300 plant varieties.

Stuart Blight, General Manager at Notcutts Booker said: “Thank you to everyone who joined us for our opening.
“We’re delighted with our new-look garden centre and restaurant, and our wonderful new display garden.
“We hope it will inspire our customers as well as providing an enjoyable place to shop, dine and relax.”
The Notcutts Garden is free to visit all year round at Notcutts on Clay Lane, Booker.

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