Rosebourne Aldermaston opens on Saturday 6 October

by | Aug 29, 2018 | Business, Independents, News | 0 comments

Rosebourne Aldermaston
Rosebourne Aldermaston will showcase quality local produce in its restaurant.
This will sit alongside a wide range of plants, garden essentials, homewares and gifts.
Rosebourne will give visitors a relaxed and pleasurable shopping experience in a light, airy setting.

Success of first Rosebourne means Aldermaston branch could happen

The second store is happening due to the runaway success of the first garden centre in Andover, which opened its doors two years ago.
That first store was inspired by the popularity of Beckworth Emporium in Northamptonshire.
An experienced team of directors will lead the new branch in Aldermaston.
Industry veterans Neville Prest and Val Kempster from Garden & Leisure Group will take the reins.
Jon Kitching and Salim Sajid from Blooms of Bressingham and non-executive director David Brown make up that team.
Chairman Charles Good and financial director Hugh Jackson will support.

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