Storm Ali ?leaves with part of roof? of Dundee garden centre

by | Sep 21, 2018 | Independents, News | 0 comments

Storm Ali
Storm Ali has forced part of a Dundee garden centre to close.
The conservatory at Turriff?s Garden Centre was smashed during yesterday’s extreme conditions.
Staff say there will be no access to the gift shop, garden centre, or farm and flower shops on Thursday. This is whilst the repairs take place. Jessie?s Kitchen remains open.

Storm Ali rips roof

Staff posted: ?Storm Ali came to visit us yesterday and left with part of our roof unfortunately!
?Our Conservatory has been there since 1865 and stood through countless storms. Ali left her mark yesterday.
?Repairs are underway already. There will be no public access to our Gift area, Garden Centre, Farm Shop and Flower Shop for a good chunk of the day. This allows us to tidy up and get sorted.
?Thankfully?Jessie?s Kitchen?isn’t affected and our Cafe will be open as normal.
?Our florists are still working. Deliveries will all be going out as normal so if you need anything give us a call on 01382 778488.
?Hope everyone else out there survived intact!?

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