All the fun of the Festive Fair at our London Showroom
1 December 2017
Oh what fun we had…at our Festive Fair which took place earlier this week, on Wednesday 29th November, at our London showroom at The Chelsea Gardener.
The weather certainly turned suitably wintry – whilst there was no snow, there was certainly an artic wind to contend with.
For the many that braved the elements, there was plenty to keep them and the occasion very festive.
The wine and refreshments, served in both our traditional orangery and modern garden room showrooms, were much needed and went down well.
Our Christmas Prize Draw proved particularly popular, with the Fortnum & Mason hamper a worthy prize. We particularly liked the comment from a previous David Salisbury customer that said she was desperate to win as the hamper basket would make an “ideal matching pair for the one I have already in my [David Salisbury] conservatory – they’re great for storing shoes and boots in!”
Our prize draw winner will be announced on Thursday 7th December 2017 so there’s still to enter – simply e-mail email@example.com for more details.
The Chelsea Gardener team did a great job of decorating both of our showrooms, with the orangery in particular looking very festive. Visitors were entitled to an exclusive 20% discount off everything around the garden centre – Xmas tree orders and decorations and gifts were doing a great trade.
We were entertained by the amazing choir from The Hampshire School of Chelsea – there’s something about carol singing.
Celebrated florist Kitten Grayson hosted her pop-up shop, where her handmade wreaths and garlands looked great amongst all the Christmas trees.
We had a festive welcome to our modern garden room – a Christmas tree always adds to the feel of a room, no matter whether contemporary or traditional.
It’s was certainly beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! If you weren’t able to visit our Festive Fair, our showrooms at The Chelsea Gardener are open right up until Christmas – do come and visit us for a coffee and mince pie.