ThorngroveExpands With Opening Of New Shop


Thorngrove’s beautiful new
shop is now open, with stylish homewares, stationery, local produce and gifts.

It’s humbling to think how far Thorngrove has come in just a few short years.
With the pandemic effectively halting business for many people around the country these past 12 months, we count ourselves fortunate to have been able to operate in limited circumstances when others could not.
We took steps to ensure we didn’t abuse this privilege, and put the safety of not only our staff and customers first, but that of our Employ My Ability students too. Those who know us will be well aware of the ethos we have at the centre of our brand, and we always do our best to ensure this remains apparent.
Setting ourselves apart as a business is important – we hope our products say that for us, but truly our focus is on protecting those values of the wellness and sustainability of our team and the local community.

There was a point where our plans for continued development at Thorngrove felt like they may not come to fruition this past year.
The future was looking very uncertain, but it has been with immense gratitude to our customers and supporters in the community that we have been able to keep the wheels turning on these plans, and this past month saw the big opening of our brand new gifts and lifestyle shop space.

We’re not stopping there either…work continues and you’re going to see more from us in the coming months. As the world slowly gets back to normal, and we embrace the changes needed for us to operate safely, we’re so excited to share more new things with you soon, and perhaps this time next year, we’ll be celebrating a new milestone in Thorngrove’s history yet again.

Produce from local Dorset companies Moores Biscuits and From Dorset With Love.

We’re open 7 days a week, and we look forward to seeing you soon. Visit today, or find us on Facebook for info on our latest products and help keeping your garden looking its best!


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