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A Nursery Update

We would like to take this opportunity to reassure all our wonderful, loyal customers that the nursery, glasshouse and shop will remain open after the new lockdown restrictions are introduced on Thursday 5th November.

The government announced that along with DIY stores, supermarkets and food outlets, garden centres can remain safely open. For us all, our homes and gardens are our place of sanctuary, providing much needed comfort, joy and hope even in the depths of winter.

With careful consideration to all our staff and to our customers, we will continue to closely monitor everyone’s health and safety. With this in the forefront of our minds we will be introducing a number of short-term changes.

Firstly, and inevitably our café will be closed until restrictions are lifted. However, our talented chefs are now working on creating a delicious take-away menu which we can’t wait to share with you in the next couple of days.

Sadly, our first late-night shopping and supper evening on Thursday 27th November, plus all afternoon tea bookings until 3rd December have been cancelled. Christmas lunches have also been postponed and will also resume from Thursday 3rd December. Our team have been busy on the phones speaking to those who had reservations and re-arranging dates where possible.

Secondly, we have also made the decision to change our opening hours to 10am-4pm, Monday to Saturday and we will be closed on Sundays throughout November.

Finally, let us remind you that we now offer a click & collect service from the nursery. Please click the link in our profile to discover a whole world of house and garden plants, trees and shrubs available at your fingertips. So even if you are shielding, we can help in the safest way possible, to get what you need to continue gardening at home.

In the meantime, our thoughts are with our local community who have once again had to adapt to new restrictions and the impact this will have on their livelihoods.

Stay safe, be kind and we hope in some small way, the nursery can bring a little joy and peace during these challenging months ahead.