Sustainability Roadmap

Our Sustainability Roadmap

ENERGY – Electricity– LED lighting fitted in all areas
– LED bulbs in remaining areas
– Light sensors fitted where appropriate
– Green energy supplier used
– Energy efficiency rating of all new appliances considered
– Reducing electricity usage– Solar panels fitted
– Voltage optimiser to store
– Diesel– Electric Car
– Electric charging points for staff and company vehicles installed
– Research cycle to work scheme– Electric vans
– Gas– Consider new ways of heating new developments– Replace forklifts to electric
WATER– Capillary matting started
– Use water butts for plants at front of building
– Careful management/efficiency of irrigation system
– Educate and assist customers in reducing their water consumption
– Permeable carpark
– Water saving devices in bathrooms
– Increase usage of capillary matting
– Catching excess water from irrigation
– Rainwater harvesting/UV treating
– Fully recycled
– Wood– Fully recycled or reusable
– Paper/
– Fully recycled
– Plastics– Fully recycled
– Refillable water bottle service in restaurant/re-usable travel mug incentive
– Food– Fully recycled
– Electrics– Fully recycled
– General waste– Hand sorted
– Zero waste to landfill
– Incinerated to produce power
– Minimise all waste
– Plants– Used in own grounds, given to staff– Composting on site
– Oil– Recycled – oil is sent to a refinery where it is repurposed for use in generators
– Cooking oil– Biodiesel
– Reduced peat-free range: 50% peat-free, 25% reduced peat– 100% peat-free by 2024
– Organic– Comprehensive range of organic substitute products – Continue increasing the range
– Fairtrade – Range of Fair-trade products– Continue increasing the range
– Local– Comprehensive range of local products, always prioritised over non-local– Continue increasing the range
– General– Source products which are recycled/recyclable – especially packaging
– Large vegan menu/products offered
– Takeaway packaging compostable/recyclable
– Measure and improve our carbon footprint with net zero targets
– Team– Sustainability Action Group set-up within team– Look at volunteering options
– Community – Keep strong links working with community projects
– Biodiversity– Upkeep and encourage use of our woodland nature walk
– Educate customers about wildlife friendly gardening
– Own bug hotels, wild flowers, etc. in own grounds
– All cleaning chemicals use biotechnology where no harmful chemicals are used
– We will phase out all products containing glyphosate by the end of 2023
Thetford Garden Centre 2023


Bring the celebration home this year

Available on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th March, Lime Kiln Kitchen
has made the perfect treat for Mother’s Day.

FREE bunch of freshly cut daffodils with every Sunday roast &
Afternoon Tea order.

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea – £29.99


Topside Beef – £11.99

Loin & Belly of Blyth Burgh Pork – £11.99

Norfolk Turkey – £11.99

Vegetable Nut Roast – £9.99

Children’s Portion – £5.99

Mother’s Day Dessert Selection Box – £9.99

When coming to collect your order please call into our reception desk and
give your name, a member of our team will bring your food to you.

Please note: Last orders Friday 12th March
One free bunch of daffodils per collection

Lime Kiln Kitchens Sunday Roasts are back!

Lime Kiln Kitchen have brought back their beloved Sunday Roast takeaway! 

Choose from topside of beef, loin of pork or a vegetarian nut roast all served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables & gravy. All available as Children’s portions. Also available for a takeaway treat is our temptingly tasty chocolate brownie.

Roast Beef or Pork £11.99

Nut Roast £9.99

Children’s Portion £5.99

Brownie £2.99

Available for takeaway Sundays 11.30am to 3.30pm

Call 01842 763267 today to book a collection slot!

When coming to collect your order please call in to our reception desk and give your name, our staff will bring your food to you. 

Please note the roasts must be pre-ordered at least a day before collection.