Unveiling of new Notcutts restaurant draws closer
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A key stage in the building of a new restaurant at a Woodbridge garden centre has been reached.
A ceremonial festive wreath was placed to mark the topping out of the new complex at Notcutts in Ipswich Road.
Caroline Notcutt, vice chairman of Notcutts Garden Centres, placed a ceremonial wreath on the new restaurant to mark the occasion alongside Andrew Notcutt, non-executive director of Notcutts, and Barnes construction director, Mark Bailey.
Ms Notcutt said: "I am delighted to celebrate the topping out at Notcutts Woodbridge and it is wonderful to see that the construction is making great progress.
"Notcutts Woodbridge is a special part of our family's heritage, so it will be fantastic to provide visitors with a new space to relax and dine at the garden centre for years to come."
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The new restaurant will include a terrace for al fresco dining.
Work will now start on the interior and it is due to open in the New Year.
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Darren Brooks, general manager at the Woodbridge Garden Centre, said: "The topping out marks a major milestone in our restaurant redevelopment project and we look forward to unveiling the finished look in the New Year.
"Once open, our new restaurant will offer a modern dining experience for up to 250 people, where we'll be serving breakfast, two or three course lunches, afternoon teas, snacks and a choice of our popular cakes, scones and hot drinks."