Notcutts Rivendell Garden Centre unveils major refurbishment

by | Aug 16, 2018 | Business, Chains, News | 0 comments

Notcutts Rivendell Garden Centre Restaurant
The popular store in Widnes has opened its revamped ‘bright, spacious and modern’ garden centre.
It has an extended and refurbished restaurant which now boasts an outdoor terrace.
Customers got a first look at the makeover, which also includes a new outdoor play area, during family fun days on August 4 and 5.
These days featured live music, children’s entertainment and a birds of prey demonstration.

Notcutts Rivendell Garden Centre to get display garden

Notcutts Rivendell is also due to launch a permanent display garden in the autumn.
General manager David Quigley said: “It’s been so exciting to unveil Rivendell’s new look to our customers. We’ve had positive feedback.
“We hope that our new-look centre and restaurant will inspire our customers.
“We also want to provide an enjoyable place to shop and dine.”

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