Hillmount Garden Centre, Bangor: Christmas Gift Guide 2015

 Visit Santa

Visit Santa

We popped along to  Hillmount Garden Centre, Bangor's Ladies' Night 2015 this evening to take advantage of 10% off across the whole store, as well as many other discounts.

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 There is a free to view lovely little winter trail of moving figures downstairs

There is a free to view lovely little winter trail of moving figures downstairs

So is it worth making a visit for your own Christmas shopping? 

Well Hillmount is one of those garden centres that sells everything for the whole home too. I don't know if these places are just a middle class, Northern Irish phenomenon, but you'll get candles, Cath Kidston everything, cookware, jams, all sorts stocked there too.  

 Also available Yankee & Woodwick

Also available Yankee & Woodwick

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My prime  'oh my word they've got those!' moment was discovering they stock Powder Socks and Accessories. Menary's in Bangor have the socks, but Hillmount have the muffs, gloves, headbands and even the gift bags.

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 Ladies' night off to a bustling start

Ladies' night off to a bustling start

If you challenged yourself to do ALL your gift shopping under their one roof, you might just do it. They've a great toy selection for all age ranges, and Smix added to his Christmas wish list rightly! 

 Pixar's Good Dinosaur merch in stock

Pixar's Good Dinosaur merch in stock

 Seatbelt covers for comfier journeys

Seatbelt covers for comfier journeys

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Crafters and bakers are also well catered for with two healthily sized sections catering to each hobby. 

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You are spoilt for choice Christmas decoration wise. They've fake trees, real trees, fibre optic trees and absolutely reams of stuff to put on any of them. I was tickled by these Stormont & Harland and Wolfe baubles, hand painted £8.99 each.

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Anyone for a tea pot tree? 

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Your sweet tooth is all set with these stocking sized classic sweet packs. 

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And finally, something a bit gardeny 

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