The people of Marlow have reacted positively to the news that one of the town’s garden centres has reopened.

This comes after the Government eased some of the restrictions due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, where they have allowed garden centres to reopen on the basis that customers and members of staff abide by the social distancing rules.

Following the announcement, Danesfield Gardens Nursery in Marlow reopened their doors on Tuesday, May 12.

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In a brief Facebook post, a spokesperson from the garden centre said: “All visitors are required to adhere to Social Distancing 2m (6’6”) guidelines and we politely request that gloves are worn when entering the nursery.

“Our limited parking will help us to control customer numbers and if the car park is full when you arrive, then we ask that you please come back at a later time or day.

“The glasshouses are bursting with beautiful blooms just waiting for you!”

Many garden enthusiasts were happy with the news with Chris Roper saying: "Delighted to hear your news!

"Wishing you a very successful opening."

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Anji Pianta added: "Looking forward to visiting , sounds like you have a wonderful selection."

Sue Martin said: "That’s fantastic news. Just what you were hoping to hear from Boris."

And Jean Helen McFarlane then added: "Having been buying our summer bedding plants from here since the early 70’s, such good quality plants and plenty of choices."

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