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Traditional timber orangery from Anglian

the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the perfect place for us to launch our new timber orangeries.

A new timber orangery with traditional styling will be unveiled by Anglian Home Improvements at this year’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show (9-14 July), at the Celebrity Speakers & Catwalk in Bloom Theatre. Complete with a wooden roof, the orangery is particularly suitable for conservation areas and period properties.

Anglian’s elegant wooden orangery is the latest addition to its extensive conservatory and orangery range. Bespoke designed to fit the customer’s exact requirements and complement the style of their property, the orangery provides an attractive and seamless extension to the home, as well as bringing an element of the garden indoors.

Orangeries are becoming increasingly popular nowadays, although originally they were the preserve of the aristocracy. However, modern technology means they can be manufactured much more efficiently and built more quickly, bringing the cost down and making the once luxurious aspiration of having an orangery a reality for many of the UK’s homeowners.

All Anglian orangeries and conservatories come in a wide range of designs and finishes, from traditional to contemporary and from wood to uPVC, with a host of modern options available such as bi-fold doors and a solar controlled glass roof.

The timber orangery will be located on stand DD1 at the entrance to the Celebrity Speakers & Catwalk in Bloom Theatre which is sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements. A team of celebrities will host regular talks at the theatre, including John Craven, Kate Humble, Tim Wonnacott, Linda Barker, Bill Oddie and David Domoney. These will be interspersed with a glorious fashion catwalk show featuring horticultural inspired themes, including a guest appearance on the exclusive preview evening by TV actress and Anglian Ambassador, Sally Geeson.

Melanie McDonald, Head of Marketing and Communications at Anglian Home Improvements, says, “As one of the highlights of the year for the UK’s garden enthusiasts, the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the perfect place for us to launch our new timber orangeries. Anglian’s timber orangery provides a stylish extension that enables homeowners to bring the outside in and enjoy their gardens all year round, whatever the weather.”

To mark this year’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Anglian and David Domoney have compiled Ten Top Tips to help you get the most out of the event, which is downloadable from the Anglian Home Improvements website. A more in-depth Insider’s Guide can be found on David Domoney’s website, which includes all the essential information you’re likely to need and a few additional ‘insider’ secret tips to make your visit to Hampton Court unforgettable.

In addition, Anglian is running a free prize draw via its social media platforms to win £1,000 in cash. Find out more by visiting @anglianhome on Twitter or Anglian Home Improvements.

Established in 1966, Anglian Home Improvements is the UK’s biggest double glazing window, door and conservatory specialist. With almost 50 years’ experience, Anglian offers an extensive range of home improvement products, including double glazing windows and doors, rooftrim, conservatories, orangeries, driveways, solar products and garage conversions.


Notes to Editors

Please credit any images used to Anglian Home Improvements.

About Anglian Home Improvements:
Established in 1966, Anglian Home Improvements is the UK’s leading home improvements company, responsible for the employment of 4500 people. With almost 50 years’ experience of providing uPVC double-glazing windows, Anglian ensures it is ahead of the competition with a continuing research and development programme. Anglian offers an extensive range of home improvement products, including double glazing windows and doors, conservatories, orangeries, solar products, garage conversions and rooftrim.

About Sally Geeson:
Sally Geeson came to fame in Bless This House a 1970’s TV home-based sitcom. The popular show was a massive ratings success, attracting millions of viewers and running for 72 episodes (1971-76). Sally is currently starring in a major national TV advertising campaign for Anglian Home Improvements. She is a happy Anglian customer who purchased product before later agreeing to become the company’s brand ambassador.

About David Domoney
David Domoney is currently appearing alongside Alan Titchmarsh in the ITV1 hit series Love Your and is garden columnist for the Sunday People newspaper. He has also been the resident gardener on ITV’s This Morning, 60 Minute Makeover & Channel 5’s Garden ER series. Winner of 27 RHS Medals and two Best in Show category trophies, David is a Fellow of the Institute of Horticulture and non exec director for the RHS commercial board.

For further information please contact:

Melanie McDonald at Anglian Home Improvements
01603 405911


Jacqui Green at JGMPR
07885 270349

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