It's a milestone worth celebrating – Newnham Court Shopping Village is turning 40 this year. How times have changed since it first opened its doors way back in 1983! If you can remember when Karma Chameleon was number 1 and when the trend was for popped collars, jellies and ‘big hair’, then you’ve been on that journey with us!
Our loyal customers may have seen trends and fads come and go but they can still rely on the Village providing easy access, plenty of free parking and, of course, a fabulous range of shops and businesses to suit everyone.
Notcutts Garden Centre has been at the heart of the Village since the beginning and continues to appeal all year round with its huge selection of plants for every type of garden – from a window box to one with lawns and borders – and they always stock an array of tools, gardening equipment, barbecues and garden furniture. If you need something to cook on your new barbecue, The Butcher of Brogdale can oblige. With quality meats, condiments and helpful advice freely available, they’ve got your cooking needs covered!
Another cornerstone business at the Village has been Pennies Children’s Nursery and Kids Club. With Saturday morning activity groups for children, holiday Kids Clubs and a child age range of 3 months to 5 years, Pennies Day Nurseries offers ‘the very best in childcare learning and fun’.
With those changing trends, fashions and fads over the decades, Pure Beauty and Hairdressing have been offering the latest hairstyles and beauty treatments to keep their clientele on point and at Pavers, Klass Collection, Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Bonmarché, there’s everything you need to be a modern fashionista.
If the great outdoors is your thing, check out Cotswold Outdoor where all the kit and clothing needed for your outdoor life is available. Runners Need have expert advice to help you make the right choice of footwear whether you pound the pavements, take part in your local Park Run or compete in the London Marathon.
If you’re in need of refreshment as you shop, look no further than Coffee Corner restaurant – another business that has been at the Village since the opening. Offering breakfast, morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea, you will find a warm welcome and good service. Bricks Coffee House in the courtyard offers barista-made coffee along with a delicious selection of sandwiches, panini, wraps, cakes and gateaux.
If your house needs some TLC, then Fineline Windows, Doors and Conservatories might have the answer. Every project is treated with the same attention to detail to ensure outstanding service whether it’s a conservatory, orangery, windows or bi-fold doors you’re after. Fineline remain one of the longest serving businesses at the Village.
If your kitchen needs an update, Trend Transformations offers made-to-measure worktops, splashbacks, & replacement doors - you keep your existing surfaces and units and simply update the tops and doors, fitted in as little as a day with no mess or fuss.
Need a hot tub, swim spa, garden office or gym? Head along to Johnsons Garden Buildings and Hot Tubs. They provide free estimates and a full installation service and they use timber from sustainable sources.
Fish and aquatics supplies have always had a place at the Village and Maidenhead Aquatics supplies everything the pond and aquarium enthusiast could want. The store is run by fish keepers, for fish keepers and is committed to ethical fishkeeping and has its own ‘Livestock Charter’ to ensure that it always meets the highest welfare standards in the industry, so head their way for expert advice. For a small charge, you can even feed the fish. For supplies for your dog, cat, other small animal or for bird feed, tables a accessories, Notcutts has a wide range of supplies.
For stress-free out-of-town shopping, huge choice and wheelchair/pushchair-friendly access, Newnham Court Shopping Village looks forward to welcoming visitors old and new over the next 40 years.