News

Our online shop is now live!

 

www.fillpotsonline.co.uk 

 

Please bear with us, whilst we streamline the process, this is new territory for us. More stock will be added with time.

 

- Currently, we are only delivering locally to postcodes, CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4 and CO6.

 

- Order online only. We are NOT taking orders by FB messenger or over the shop phones.

 

- We will leave your items by your front door, reducing face to face contact.

 

Further ordering information can be found on the website: www.fillpotsonline.co.uk 

 

We'd like to thank you for your custom and we hope this service will be invaluable for our local customers.

 

All the very best, team Fillpots

 

 

April 2019

It's an exciting month for Fillpots, as we are busy celebrating 20 years since we took over the business and built it up into the Garden Centre and Cafe we have today.

We are extremely proud be part of the Boxted community and are also extremely grateful to all of our lovely customers over the years and to those who support us today.

We have lots of exciting plans in the pipeline and will be sharing these throughout the year.

We would like to say a big thank you with a little prize draw, for a free cream tea for two, in our Cafe. If you haven't already, please like our facebook page and we will randomly pick a winner next week.

Thank you again, for all of your support.
Team Fillpots

 

September 2018

We are delighted to announce the results of our annual schools ‘Tallest Sunflower’ competition!

84 Primary schools across North Essex were sent a pack, with seeds and instructions and some fabulous Sunflowers were grown by the children! Every school who took part did a wonderful job, we had some really tall plants!

We have three winning schools.

First place:
Layer de Haye C of E Primary School
With a very impressive 2m 96cm

Second place:
Oxford House School
2m 8cm

Third place:
Fordhams All Saints Primary School
1m 90cm

The winning schools have been invited to Fillpots Garden Centre, to choose a selection of plants, bulbs and seeds, for their school gardens.