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Dobbies opens Lincolnshire store

Garden centre retailer Dobbies has launched a new store in Boston in Lincolnshire. Previously a Johnsons Garden Centre, the store has undergone a refurbishment and now… View Article

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Dobbies opens Lincolnshire store

Garden centre retailer Dobbies has launched a new store in Boston in Lincolnshire.

Previously a Johnsons Garden Centre, the store has undergone a refurbishment and now offers a range of plants and gardening products as well as a pet department, home and cookshop, books, toys, gifts and seasonal items.

It also includes a new look Sainsbury’s food hall  where customers can buy grocery items and a range of ambient, chilled and frozen produce.

In addition, the store’s restaurant has been given a refresh and will reopen in line with the Government’s Covid-19 guidelines.

Graeme Jenkins, chief executive of Dobbies, said: “We had an excellent base to build from with Johnsons Garden Centre – thank you to David Isaac and his team for such a smooth transition. Our team has worked incredibly hard to enable us open at what is an important season for gardeners – well done to everyone who has contributed to this project. We look forward to welcoming customers to the refreshed Dobbies’ store.”

The store means that Dobbies now operates 71 garden centres across the UK.

Marcus Eyles, horticultural director for Dobbies, added: “There has been really great engagement with our #sustainabledobbies campaign so far and we look forward to sharing news of new sustainable products, practices and services that will be available in our Boston store. Our team is committed to helping people across Boston have success with their gardens.”

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