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Here at Norfolk Leisure, our passion for outdoor living sees us seek out prestigious and inspiring furniture to bring unique flair to every outdoor space.
We carefully select items with the UK and Irish market in mind. We have more than 30 years knowledge of the garden market. The company started in the early 1980s when Nick Anderson began manufacturing rustic garden furniture for garden centres, pubs and hotels. Today our roots are still firmly in Norfolk, but our experience and contacts reach nationwide. We are now one of the leading garden furniture suppliers in the UK.
Our aim is to offer our customers high quality products and fantastic customer service. Sourcing products from all over the world, including the Far East, Israel and Europe.
We value all of our customer relationships, with one of our main focuses ensuring our retail outlets receive our expert knowledge and expertise, and feel confident to pass it over the end-consumer.
We're proud of our very strong social and ethical policies, and work alongside associations such as LOFA to achieve 'made aware' accreditation and responsible sourcing certification. Please look out for our FSC® Certified products. FSC® chain of custody licence code: FSC® -C107679.
Supporting local businesses is important to us, which is why we aim to use Norfolk-based companies for our printing and packaging requirements.
Nick has been involved in the garden furniture business ever since leaving school. He started his first business in 1985 aged 22, originally as a timber furniture manufacturer. His growing knowledge of the many high-quality brands on the market led Nick to launch Norfolk Leisure in June 1997. Its objective was to seek out the best products for retailers to offer their customers.
Over 25 years on and Norfolk Leisure has grown substantially and extended its ranges to suit a broad audience of discerning customers. But at its heart the dedication to quality and excellent customer relationships remains unchanged.
Debbie has worked at Norfolk Leisure since 1997. Having originally trained as an accountant, Debbie then worked in a number of management roles within Marks & Spencer including store management, warehousing and distribution.
Since joining Norfolk Leisure, she has worked in every department, becoming a director in 2011. The ever-changing product landscape, long lasting business relationships and commitment to excellence are the qualities that Debbie values the most at Norfolk Leisure.
Debbie manages the day to day running of the business, from product development to relationship management.
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