Little Muddy Boots to Launch Fourth Franchise

We are very excited to announce that Lea Smart will be launching our fourth franchise; Little Muddy Boots Henley.

Little Muddy Boots Henley Classes

We look forward to classes starting at Little Muddy Boots Henley in Summer 2022. The location of the new Henley garden will be announced very soon!

The Little Muddy Boots Henley territory will cover Henley on-Thames, Shiplake, Nuffield, Maidenhead, Marlow, High Wycombe, West Wycombe, Woodcote, Goring, Pangbourne and lots of lovely surrounding areas and places in between.

Lea says ‘I am most looking forward to unveiling my first Garden to you all – and, of course, welcoming you for bucket loads of messy, muddy fun!’

Leanne Smart Little Muddy Boots Henley

To keep up to date with the latest Little Muddy Boots Henley news please follow Lea on Facebook and Instagram and on our website.

Little Muddy Boots Henley now joins sister sites Little Muddy Boots Windsor,  Little Muddy Boots Woodley and Little Muddy Boots Bracknell in offering garden and nature classes for 1-6 year olds. There are future Little Muddy Boots franchise opportunities available across the UK, so if you are interested do feel free to visit our franchise website and download a Little Muddy Boots franchise brochure.

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