What to Expect at a Marston & Langinger Open Morning

By 26th March 2019Advice
Conservatory exterior in dark green, neutral shade

Our show site is located at our manufacturing HQ, Alitex near Petersfield. As our structures are made by Alitex manufacturing, this makes it the perfect location for you to explore the factory, discover how they are made and tour the structures on site – giving you a real feel for what it’s like to live in a Marston & Langinger garden room.

We are always delighted to welcome visitors to the show site and show them round. We are open weekdays from 8am – 5pm for you to explore our structures. We also host a number of Saturday open mornings throughout the year.

Our Open Mornings This Year

  • Saturday 30 March
  • Saturday 22 June
  • Saturday 14 September
  • Saturday 16 November

Venue: Torberry Farm, South Harting, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 5RG

Visiting Our Conservatory Open Mornings

During an open morning you will have the opportunity to meet our experienced design team and chat through your project one-to-one. Feel free to bring pictures, dimensions and drawings as this will help our experts give you the best advice. All of our structures will be open for you to explore and to discover inspiration for your own project. You will be able to see a range of colour options and the team will share the beautiful details of our structures.

We offer tours of our factory so you can see how our structures are made as well as seeing behind the scenes in the design office. We can make your open day experience as technical (or not!) as you like.

Please RSVP to enquiries@marstonandlanginger.com or call 01243 214550 to book your place so we can ensure the right team members are on hand to chat to you.

After an open morning, we suggest your next stop is to arrange for one of the team to visit you at your home to talk through your options in more detail. To book a home visit, call us on 01243 214550. Our visits are free with no obligations and are available for those who want to chat through their project and work out which path is right for them.