Planters Garden Centre in Tamworth closes

by | Mar 25, 2020 | News | 0 comments


Planters Garden Centre in Tamworth has closed to the public due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The centre, Woodlands Farm, Trinity Road, Tamworth, announced the news on its Facebook page on Monday morning.

A statement from Planters, also houses the skytrail adventure area, read: “Good morning everyone.

“For the safety of our staff and customers, we will be closed today (Monday) for the foreseeable future.”

“Please avoid phoning us although you can private message or email us

“Any pre-booked deliveries will be made today but we are are not taking any more orders.

“If we can set up a collect from the door service later in the week then we will do so.

“Any new information will be posted on our website.

“For those booked on one of our coach trips, we will contact you in order of the date of the trip.

“Everyone will either get a future coach trip of their choice or a refund.

“In the meantime, please stay safe and look after one another.

“Thank you for all your custom over the years. We will return and life will return to normal!”


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