Save upto 50% on Arbours for Summer and Autumn and Winter (well sometimes) and Spring

Save upto 50% on Arbours for Summer and Autumn and Winter (well sometimes) and Spring

Enjoy the lovely summer days with an arbour.

Choose from our fantastic high quality range of very special offer arbours and all at the lowest prices around and save yourself upto 50% (yes Fifty!) on rrp.

You notice arbours and probably think they make a lovely feature but not much else. You would be wrong. Once you find yourself relaxed in one you will be hooked. On a hot summers day they provide welcome shade. Maybe you will read a book or magazine or catch up on the latest news; snooze away or sit there and admire the garden.

There are plenty of sunny days in autumn and spring and although the days are short in winter and sometimes cold, you will perhaps find the odd occasion when you can sit outside and enjoy a splendid cold winters day.

When not in use they add excitement and make an attention-grabbing feature for the garden, where you can admire from afar and feel proud when you invite your friends and relatives round.

Arbours are great for supporting plants, kids love them, adults love them and even your pet will love them. In fact everyone loves them whatever their age.  

Our arbours are supplied flat packed for self assembly, but you don’t need to be a joiner or carpenter to put one together, although some diy experience will be more than a little useful.

They are great for a weekend project where all the family can get involved from assembly to painting it in a wonderful array of colours. Or why not surprise yourself and create this wonderful feature for your dream garden with your own stamp of originality.

Our arbours may look a million dollars when they are put together, but you will be surprised at how low our prices are.

So go on treat yourself this summer with a beautiful arbour and surprise yourself.

 

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17th July 2015

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