Refit at Hillier Garden Centre Marlow to finish by the summer

by | Mar 11, 2020 | News | 0 comments


Hillier garden centre in Marlow is hoping that the changes made ‘brings in more customers’.

The centre is currently undergoing a major revamp. It’ll see the inside of the shop have a new layout, whilst the exterior is having a new entrance fitted.
Also, the centre’s Mulberry & Thyme Restaurant is also getting refurbished.
The changes are being made so that it will make it easier for customers to navigate around the centre. This will help them to find the right plants, furniture and gifts.
A spokesperson said: “The transformation of the centre will be a major step forward in showcasing the top-quality plants and exciting product ranges that Hillier is renowned for. As well as creating an improved space for events and workshops.
“We’re hopeful that the changes will bring in more customers. It should be a positive thing for the garden centre.
“We’re looking forward to seeing what the finish project looks like.”
The refit began in mid-February and will continue in stages throughout spring.
The garden centre hopes that all the interior work to the centre will complete by April.
They also hope that the exterior will be finished by the summer.
Marlow joined the Hillier Garden Centre family in June 2019, when Hillier took over the site owned by Wyevale.

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