A garden centre near Norwich is investing more than £300,000 into further refurbishments to its shop.
The Highway Garden and Leisure Centre at Framingham Pigot is giving its department store a makeover following an extensive refurbishment of its restaurant and garden centre.
It brings the total amount invested in the 18-acre site to £1.2million over the past five years.
The refurbishments include new signage in the restaurant, café and food hall around the site and changing the layout of the shop floor.
There are plans in place to extend the seasonal ranges, including the Christmas department, which is the largest in Norfolk.
Area manager Jamie Tassell said: “We would like to thank the continuous hard work from all our team members along with the attention to details of the local firms we have used for the project.”
The refurbishment will be completed in March and the store remains open as usual for the duration.
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