Panel canopies installed at go.botanica, Haywards Heath
Panel canopies of the type installed here at go.botanica are a stylish, contemporary and cost effective solution for shop fronts which require a fixed permanent three-dimensional sign system which also offers an element of coverage for product or customers. In this case the panel canopy also offers shade to al large shopfront window which would otherwise allow heat build up into the shop to the detriment of the delicate floral displays. The slim profile of panel canopies is set at a pre-determined fixed angle but an additional valance can be specified as an option. A huge range of fabrics is available and the metal framework work can be powder coated to match any RAL colour. A panel canopy also proves a popular choice for architects or design studios for projects where branding is key. The crisp lines and sharp branding possibilities make it a perfect three dimensional signage solution for shopping malls. On this particular panel canopy the client branding of go.botanica, together with a product message, has been created through the use of our bespoke RAGS® application process.
Established in 2001 by Ali Ball and her partner Richard Waterman, go.botanica initiated a fresh and inspirational approach to railway station flowers. Their philosophy is to sell the best ethically sourced seasonal flowers available, beautifully presented at a competitive price. The highly skilled florists at go.botanica have enormous passion and enthusiasm and can provide you with a single wrapped stem, decorate your home, arrange your wedding flowers or a major corporate event.
Haywards Heath is referred in the English Civil War records when early in December 1642 the High Sheriff of Sussex (Sir Edward Ford) advanced with Royalist troops towards Lewes in East Sussex from Chichester in West Sussex. He was intercepted in Haywards Heath by local Parliamentarians and defeated. Today Haywards Heath is a thriving dormitory town with excellent access to London and the nearby Gatwick Airport. Haywards Heath is also now the location of numerous light Industrial and Distribution centres.