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Looking Forward to the Southampton Boat Show

The Southampton Boat Show in September looks set to be a fantastic event for the whole family - and Garden Spaces are delighted to be exhibiting there this year.

We will be showcasing our beautiful garden room options and our team will be on hand to answer your questions and to explain how a garden room would enhance your lifestyle. There’s nothing quite like seeing our stunning buildings for yourself and standing in the space; you’ll get a real feel for how a garden room could benefit your family and your home.

We’ll also be exhibiting our range of new stone cladding options, which can provide a stunning finish to your garden space. Other materials on show will include new composite wood-PVC decking, and our glare-reducing, heat-reflecting, self-cleaning glazing. Available in a range of colour coded options, our glazing and cladding work together to help your garden room blend in, or indeed to make a statement - whichever you prefer!

As well as visiting us and browsing our fellow exhibitors’ stands, visitors to the Southampton Boat show can enjoy a huge range of activities. Of course, there are plenty of boats on show - you can try some of them out for free using the “try a boat” activity. Kids aged between 8-16 will love the “Get Afloat” programme, where they can try out dinghy sailing and stand up paddling, again free of charge.

There’s also a touch of historical magic at the show, with a magnificent replica two masted brig ship, which is free for families to explore.

On the 21st September, you can also watch a world record attempt - in aid of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, participants will attempt to create the world’s largest sailing race.

Come along for a great day out, and pop in to see us while you’re there. We’ll be delighted to see you and you’ll come away inspired by the benefits of your very own garden room.

Date: 23/06/2014 | Author: Roger Hedges