1Bonnetts Garden Village to Open Christmas Shop

Bonnetts Garden Village is to open its main store on Saturday 11th November,
having traded since late May in plants, the ‘Garden Village’ is now
really taking shape!


Phase 2 of the main store, that will open its doors this Saturday will
feature the most extensive Christmas display in the area, with several themes
from Scandinavian, through traditional Red and Gold to Woodland, and more. A
full range of indoor and outdoor lighting, as well as artificial trees are
included within the department, with fresh potted Christmas trees already
available, and real cut trees, wreaths and mistletoe from the 18th December.
Beautiful Holly Trees full with berry, and lovely fragrant Cyclamen are not
to be missed in the plants department. The range of decorations includes both
the modern and traditional, with children not being forgotten either –
santas magic keys are available if you need to leave easy entry out for the
big man himself come 24th December!


Moving through the store, one can find books, greetings cards, wild bird
care, toys, home wares and gifts, quality houseplants and planters, not to
mention a range of festive food and sweet treats, plus Bonnetts Garden
Village’s very own range of cakes, jams and chutneys. Gift hampers for
those that simply cannot chose themselves have also thoughtfully been put
together by the team and Bonnetts Garden Village if you need a quick and
quality present for friends or family.


Bonnetts Garden Village is easily located, and is literally minutes from the
Brook Street roundabout, A12/M25 junction. Keep an eye out for the large
signs and Billboards popping up across the area.


With brands such as Denby, Gisela Graham, Woodwick, Royal Scot Crystal and
Jellycat sprinkled across the store, each department set to get bigger and
better over the coming days and weeks as fresh stock is arriving daily –
meaning they’ll be plenty of reasons to keep coming back to Bonnetts Garden
Village over the festive shopping frenzy and beyond.


This Phase of the Bonnetts Garden Village development also includes a ‘pop
up’ café offering delicious cakes and pastries, sandwiches and quality
coffee, moving forward Chris Bonnett, owner of BGV is planning to build a
full restaurant offering, and increase the size of the store, to including
many more departments and brands, making the Mascalls Lane, Brentwood site, a
true ‘Village’ shopping experience.