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A new Facebook page for Abbey Wood keeps customers up-to-date with the products and services available in this evolving high street.

Traders will use Facebook to post details of offers and promotions; giving followers even more incentive to keep the ‘pound in the town’.

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Abbey Arms

Beautiful Beer Garden

Imelda Caffrey from the Abbey Arms has installed brand new play equipment in her extensive beer garden – what a perfect place to take children in the summer months.

If alcohol isn’t your thing, then the Abbey Arms will make sandwiches and coffee for you to enjoy at the picnic tables while the young people climb and run around – who needs CenterParcs!!

McColl's

‘Click and Collect’ Comes to Abbey Wood

When the community consultation was conducted in Abbey Wood in 2015, the majority of respondents wanted to see an online pick-up point in Wilton Road. Well good news! McColl’s has provided a pick-up point in the local branch. Industry intelligence provider Planet Retail published in-depth research showing that the number of UK shoppers using click & collect is poised to more than double by 2017.

Currently, 35% of online shoppers in the UK buy online and self-collect, which is significantly higher than other established eCommerce markets such as the US and Germany, but this figure is expected to jump to 76% in the next three years. Click & Collect allows customers to collect and return packages in Wilton Road from 6am-10pm; especially perfect for commuters.

Lesnes Abbey

Lesnes Abbey

Lesnes Abbey is a short step from Wilton Road and is the perfect venue for some summer fun or winter walks. Stock up with tuna sandwiches from Greggs Bakery and cappuccino from the Abbey Cafe!

Work to regenerate Lesnes Abbey woods and park is almost complete with a new education and community hub building and exciting and informative new gateway entrances.

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