Klondyke revamp livery and open new centre

Klondyke Group garden centres has a new design on all new delivery vehicles.

Five new delivery vans now feature the hydrangea livery from Signs Express and reference each individual garden centre location.

Marketing manager Abbie McHolm said: "The new design is fun and vibrant and gives the vehicles a sleek, modern look. We have been working recently on our corporate signage and branding and this new van livery works superbly with our overall look."

Meanwhile, the new Garforth Garden Centre and Restaurant is now open.

The new centre is built on the previous site of the group’s Savilles Garden Centre which closed in 2014.
The purpose built garden centre includes a 250 cover restaurant; craft shop; cook shop and is the launch pad for the group’s new planteria concept.

Meanwhile, Klondyke's financial year ended this month with a 3.5 per cent gain on the previous year.


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