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July News: Less Back Pain, New Centre & More!

By Matt From Sgc @MattSGC
July News: Less back pain, New Centre & More!

What's new at Gardencentreshopping this month?

Supportive, High Backed Garden Furniture

Our range of high backed garden furniture is perfect for those who suffer with back pain when sitting for long periods.

July News: Less back pain, New Centre & More!

The supportive cushioned back, that also reclines to any angle, allows you to adjust the seating position to alleviate back ache and provide supportive seating for long periods outdoors.

If you often get back ache while sitting on your rigid, flimsy garden furniture then this could be the one for you!

Browse the full range of high backed chairs, dining and sofa sets at

Sapcote Garden Centre aquires a new centre: Sharnford Garden Centre!

July News: Less back pain, New Centre & More!

We are proud to announce that Sapcote Garden Centre now owns two centres, including the newly purchased Sharnford Garden Centre. This new centre will be serving customers around Lutterworth, Rugby and Market Harborough. It will stock various customer favourites, including plants, garden furniture, compost and gravel. Pop down and you'll notice some big changes already!

Sick of teak oiling? Choose Weatherproof Garden Furniture!

One of the most common pieces of feedback we receive from customers is how much easier it is to enjoy their garden furniture when they don't have to constantly maintain it!

The trends towards rattan furniture and more recently Winawood™, have led to this being less of a problem, but we still get customers who haven't made the switch yet!

If you're sick and tired of wasting your time oiling and sanding your wooden furniture, perhaps it's time to switch to weatherproof?


Remember you can purchase all of our garden furniture online, or alternatively you can click here to get directions to our garden centre and try it out yourself!

July News: Less back pain, New Centre & More!

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