The Botanist Exeter

Exe-tra Exe-tra! News from New World as new site in Exeter is confirmed.


Fresh off the press, award-winning pub and bar operator New World Trading Company has announced another new location for the botanical-pub brand The Botanist, following on from its recent confirmation of a new site in Ipswich.

The newest location will be in Queen St Dining, a part of the Guildhall Shopping centre in Exeter, Devon and will be the operator’s 2nd South Coast opening of 2021 after it recently launched The Club House in Plymouth in May.

The exact date is yet to be confirmed by NWTC, however the operator confirmed it is hopeful of an opening before the end of Autumn. Building work on site is expected to commence on Monday 19th July.

Once open, The Botanist Exeter will be the brands 23rd location.

Natasha Waterfield, Chief Operating Officer for New World Trading Company said, “After such a warm welcome in Devon for The Club House Plymouth, we look forward to our 2nd opening location on the South Coast.”

Nikki Fairclough- Marketing Manager, The Guildhall Shopping Centre and Queen St Dining,  “The Botanist is another amazing opening in our thriving city! We are so happy to see such creative, inspirational brands coming on board to further complement the amazing line up of brands on site and the venue could not be more perfect with their excellent roof terrace!”

Rachel Guy, Head of Openings for New World Trading Company, “With new openings comes the need for exceptional individuals to join us. Those interested in joining our team will receive award-winning training and the chance to progress across our nationwide brand family. Roles are available at https://jobs.nwtc.uk.com/nwtc

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