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Make it a super Easter this year with a visit to Newnham Court Shopping Village. There’s so much for all the family with special offers, easy access and plenty of free parking.

At Notcutts, there’s everything you need to kick off the barbecue season including a fantastic char-broil cooking demonstration on Saturday 8th April from 11am to 3pm. There will be demonstrations and the opportunity to sample delicious freshly cooked barbecue food. With a big range of barbecue equipment and accessories available to choose from you’re sure to get your barbecue cooking season off to a great start!

Plus there’s a huge range of outdoor garden furniture available for those who would rather sit, relax and watch the cooking or wait for the feast to begin!

It’s time to get out in the garden again. Choose from their enormous range of bedding plants, spring bulbs and flowers and there’s everything you could need for the lawn too, from tools to lawn tonic, moss killer and lawn feed, rakes, forks and more!

Top tip - For the first mow of the year, cut your grass on the highest setting your mower will allow. Freshly sharpened mower blades will help to ensure the grass doesn’t get bruised.

In the luxury food hall, there’s a full range of Easter treats including eggs, chocolates, easter animals, soft toys, easter kits, biscuits and other Easter gift sets.

The Butcher of Brogdale has a very special Easter offer... Choose any 3 joints for just £50. You can choose from: a gammon joint; dry age brisket; cote de boeuf; rolled loin pork; turkey breast; sirloin joint; a beef joint or the Easter favourite, half a leg of lamb! 

Plus there’s also half price whole fillets of beef… or how about a leg of lamb for just £20?

All while stocks last of course.

Edinburgh Woollen Mill offers you the chance to 'win' a Chiltern handbag of your choice. There’s no purchase necessary and the draw will take place at the end of April. Plus they have their new Spring stock in store so come in and browse!

Is it time to refresh your bedroom furniture? With up to 60% off selected beds, mattresses, frames and bedroom furniture in the Spring sale, there’s everything you could need at Sussex Beds.

Don’t forget the Kids! 

Pennies Kids Club has two weeks of Egg’cellent fun from the 3rd to the 14th of April. Between 7.30am to 6.30pm the Holiday club has Super Springy Spots, a Spring Parade Party, the Easter Bunny and much more! Everything to keep your kids happy. Call Pennies on 01622 737733 to book.

Runners Need

With so many marathons coming up including the London Marathon on the 23rd of April, it’s time to get quality running shoes that are perfect for you. With free gait analysis, you’re sure to step your training up a gear. The Spring/Summer active wear is now in store too.

If you’re planning on a spring clean then don’t forget that Cotswold Outdoor take in old clothes including jackets, jumpers, hats and shoes as part of their work towards zero waste at zero cost. Once you’ve cleared some space in your wardrobe, you might want to replace a few items perhaps from their eco-friendly ‘Our Planet’ range or the other great quality brands in store.

Bring the children and come to feed the fish at Maidenhead Aquatics (a small charge applies) and take a look at the range of fish and equipment in store. Whether you need supplies for your existing aquarium or are thinking of getting your first, there’s everything you need including some fantastic starter packages to choose from.

With up to 40% off windows, doors, conservatories and extensions, there’s never been a better time to upgrade your home. Checkout the range that Fineline offer in store.

Please note the main centre Easter Opening Hours:

Good Friday 7th April 9am – 5pm

Saturday 8th April 9am – 5pm

Easter Sunday 9th April CLOSED

Easter Monday 10th April 9am – 5pm

*please note that individual store opening times may vary*

Have an egg-stra special Easter from us all.

The February snowdrops are out, which is the official nod to allowing Spring thoughts to enter our heads and February is a great month for decluttering your garden and tidying up everything so it’s ready for spring growth and summer use. Notcutts Garden Centre at Newnham Court Shopping Village are our gardening experts and are on stand-by, ready to help with all your spring gardening needs!


Let us help you with your seasonal gardening projects with Notcutts guide to autumn gardening.

Autumn is in full swing and while we can sit back and enjoy some of the fabulous autumn colours and perennials in our gardens, there’s also plenty of things you can be doing to prepare your garden for winter (and spring) before the frost sets in.


Father's Day is Sunday 19th June, and whatever your Dad’s into, we have it covered at Newnham Court Shopping Village. Either shop for presents in advance or bring him along for a lovely day out and let him choose something he really wants…


The bulbs are starting to pop out and it’s the time of year when, despite the inevitable cold snaps that will pepper the next month or two, we start to think about the arrival of spring. So what’s on your spring to-do list?

We've hopefully seen the worst of the winter weather, so there’s plenty you can be getting on with now in terms of planting, pruning and preparation for spring.

Early Spring Gardening Jobs

  1. Plant summer bulbs. If it’s a particularly wet one and the ground is a bit boggy, plant bulbs in pots and containers instead. Good ones for early Spring include lilies, agapanthus and nerines – fantastic scent in late summer.
  2. Pruning. Prune winter-blooming shrubs like winter jasmine and heathers - once they've finished flowering. It's also a good time to prune Roses, Buddleia, Cornus, Hydrangea and last chance to prune your wisteria.
  3. Prepare your veg plot. It's important to fully prepare your vegetable plot for the spring time and now's a great time to do it. Dig the soil and mixing in organic material will break up the soil, ensuring it is not compacted.
    Rake the soil through, particularly if it's been a wet winter - the more you do this, the better it will be for growing.
  4. Potted herbs. Herbs are great for any size of space even if you only have a balcony or a window sill. Perfect for pots, they're great for early spring planting, particularly more hardy herbs such as rosemary, bay, thyme and sage. Others can also be planted indoors for transfer to outdoor pots as the weather warms up.
  5. Bedding Plants. If you've got a frost-free heated greenhouse, shed or conservatory, then bedding plants are also great to be getting on with now – ideal for the preparation of your Spring hanging baskets.
  6. Have a tidy up. Aside from planting, it's a good time to do a bit of a tidy up, with some pruning, potting and dividing up of plants for new spring growth:
  7. Pot up containers with hardy spring bedding, such as primroses, bellis and forget-me-nots. You'll find these appearing in pots and beds now anyway, and you can divide them and spread them out to give them more room for Spring growth.
  8. Divide congested clumps of herbaceous perennials and grasses and spread them out a bit for lots of new growth in the Spring. You can also divide up clumps of snowdrops quite successfully after flowering.

Notcutts Garden Centre has absolutely everything you need for Spring gardening, and their dedicated and hugely knowledgable staff are on hand to give you the best advice for your particular garden.

It’s not surprising after the last year or being home, that sustainability and a more “home grown” approach has taken hold of the UK. As a result, gardening trends have taken on a more eco-friendly and sustainable feel. Here are some of the top trends for the amateur gardener this year and our resident garden experts at Notcutts Garden Centre are here to help you bring some of these new trends to your garden. 


We are officially in Spring and it’s a great time to visit Newnham Court Shopping Village, because we’re buzzing with excitement and inspiration!


While February may seem a bit of a dead month for gardening and often sees the worst of the winter weather, there’s plenty you can be getting on with in terms of planting, pruning and preparation for Spring.


As we move towards the spring months, it's a great time to look at your garden - not just from a human perspective, but also from a bird's eye view and help our dwindling birdlife thrive and survive... (more…)

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