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Armitage's NEW opening hours
We've been listening to our customers' feedback, and we're delighted to announce the following changes to our opening hours: SUNDAY OPENING HOURS From Sunday, 4th May 2014, Armitage's Garden Centres will now be open every Sunday from the earlier time of 9.30am (tills open at 10am) until 4pm. SEASONS CAFE OPENING HOURS From Thursday,...
It's time for (gluten-free) tea at Armitage's!
Staff in Birchencliffe Seasons Café were delighted to put on a gluten-free afternoon tea for the Calderdale and Huddersfield Coeliac Group recently! Enjoying a selection of our delicious gluten-free cakes and sandwiches, some of the group had waited almost 20 years to be able to enjoy such a treat. Group organiser Irvena Fisher said:...
Ashbrow's junior growers meet James Wong at Armitage's!
Pupils from Ashbrow School met their gardening hero at Armitage’s Pennine Garden Centre, when James Wong spent time with Year 4 students, showing them how to grow cucamelons, goji berries and tomatillos. The children were invited by Armitage’s to meet the renowned TV presenter and author at their Garden Weekend on Sunday, 6th April, where...
Armitage's supports Kirkwood's 'Sunflower Memories Appeal'
Armitage's is delighted to donate sunflower seeds to support Kirkwood Hospice's 'Sunflower Memories Appeal', a new initiative for 2014. The Dalton-based hospice is inviting the public to make a donation in memory of someone special. The names of those being remembered will be written on attractively designed sunflower plaques, which will...
Complimentary Wi-Fi is on the menu in Seasons
Seasons Café at both our centres, your favourite treat now comes with complimentary wi-fi - so you can stay connected even whilst enjoying a delicious, local, seasonal and fresh menu! Free access to Wi-Fi is easy, just ask for the code in Seasons Café and enjoy another benefit of being an Armitage's customer.
Bee Friendly at Armitage's
Bees are in decline and the team at Armitage's are keen to help us all get a buzz back in our borders by raising awareness of bee-friendly plants and products. Bees are important because they pollinate the crops that form our food so the declining population is of national concern. Our garden experts here at Armitage's have therefore...