Four Seasons Garden Centre, based in Sleaford has celebrated its 10th anniversary this month with some incredible special offers and prizes.
The real focus of the celebrations took place over the weekend of March 15-16 when the garden centre and farm shop hosted a treasure hunt to win over £1,500 worth of garden and lifestyle goodies. Children up to the age of 16 could also win a special junior gardening kit by completing a plant hunt.
The winner of the treasure hunt was Mike and Sarah-Jane Harrop who received an amazing prize including a top of the range gas barbecue, garden arbour seat, stone water feature, garden sundries, seeds, plants and much more. They collected it on Wednesday.
Mark Elliott of Four Seasons said the celebration has gone really well. He said: “The main focus for the anniversary month was that weekend when we managed to attract hundreds of new faces. They had a wonderful time doing the treasure hunt an getting to know where we are and visiting our coffee shop.”
Customers could also win a Tastes of Lincolnshire hamper from the delicatessen or your favourite Four Seasons Restaurant meal.
The Four Seasons Garden Centre and Farm Shop was the brainchild of Michael Hix and Chris Bird which opened in 2004 spanning just over two acres. The Farm Shop opened in October 2009.
Autumn 2011 saw the most recent phase of building works at the garden centre with the comprehensive extension and the extension of the very popular restaurant. Today the garden centre spans over 5 acres and serves over 800,000 visitors per year.