Homebase, the home and garden experts, have announced a new partnership with Tesco  to bring its products and expertise to Tesco stores across the country. The first store will open in Borehamwood on Saturday 19 March, followed by Walkden and Woolwich in April.

From paint and power tools to home accessories and hardware, the new stores will have everything customers need to update, refresh, or completely transform their homes and gardens.

Homebase announces partnership with Tesco, Borehamwood, 18th March 2022

With Spring just around the corner, the new stores will also sell outdoor furniture, garden decorations, firepits and lanterns to help every customer create their dream outdoor space. For those who prefer to start their shopping journey online, a Click and Collect service will allow customers to place their order on the Homebase website and collect within one hour.

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Customers will also be able to browse kitchen, bathroom, and lighting displays to gather all the inspiration they need to plan those bigger projects.

A team of Homebase experts will be on hand in each shop to inspire and help customers, bringing the very best of Homebase to Tesco stores and making it even easier for customers to create their dream home and garden.

Homebase announces partnership with Tesco, Borehamwood, 18th March 2022

Damian McGloughlin, CEO Homebase, said: “We’re really excited to be partnering with Tesco, bringing our home and garden products and expertise to even more local communities. We’re always looking for ways to make it easier for customers to shop with us and teaming up with Tesco means we’re able to do just that.”

This latest partnership follows the success of Homebase’s tie-up with Next, which saw eight Homebase garden centres open in Next stores in Southampton, Norwich, Shoreham, Ipswich, Warrington, Camberley, Bristol and Sheffield, last year. Customers have loved the opportunity to combine clothes and garden shopping, and three additional pop-ups opened in March in North Shields, Solihull and High Wycombe bringing the total of Homebase garden centres within Next stores to eleven across the country.