A family-centric business that boasts a century of trading years, Notcutts is now broadening its offering to their own visiting families with the introduction of brand new playspaces at some of its popular garden centres.
The first to open was in Pembury, Tunbridge Wells at the end of March and features the pirate Nina play ship (as pictured), a lighthouse, a spring rocker and play panels, all complemented with themed rubber bonded mulch. The green and blue surfacing acts to represent the land and sea.
Pembury is the first of four Notcutts play areas to benefit from the new equipment; the others being installed during April and May at Wheatcroft, Oxford and Solihull. The quartet of play areas will be identical in design and product specification and come at a cost of £31,000 each.
Working in close liaison with Notcutts Property Development Manager Tim Betts, eibe has impressed the popular Garden Centre chain with its unique product ranges, eye-catching design, after sales service and professionalism of the installation team.