February 21, 2018

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Morden Hall Park Garden Centre to open for late night shopping

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A special late-night shopping event will take place at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre with all profits going to the National Trust.

Shoppers are invited to shop at the centre on December 1, where there will be Christmas displays, trees, free mince pies, mulled wine, chestnut roasting and an outdoor fire pit to warm chilly toes.

Manager Matt Upton said: “The Morden Hall Park Garden Centre is the National Trust’s first garden centre and we’re proud to say that we’re now peat free. This year customers will be able to buy peat-free UK pot- grown Christmas trees along with fresh wreaths, foliage bundles and fresh mistletoe.”

The late-night shopping event will run from 6pm to 8pm on December 1.

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