We thought the shop could do with a little makeover. So, to brighten it up we ordered some large reptile artworkÂ for the bottom of our apex ceiling. Have a look through the gallery of images below (or visit us in Northampton!) and let us know what you think!
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It was a simple deal between us and our followers on our Facebook page. If 300 of them liked our status update, we’d upload a video of Cameron and Luke performing a waltz through our shop. The video and the post are below! Thank you! If this photo gets 300 likes before Friday (tomorrow), […]
It feels like only yesterday that Antony and I started selling reptiles in our small pet shop in St. James, Northampton. Fast-forward 20 years and a lot has changed! We’ve learnt a lot over that 20 years, both about the animals and running a business. But, I guess to have any business open for 2 […]
Keep the 2nd September 2012 free in your diary as it’s the annual Northampton Reptile Centre open day! Due to last year’s popularity, we’ll be having Sam’s Species Reptile Rescue coming along with a selection of some of their residents. This will include giant tortoises, large Burmese pythons, big boa constrictors and massive monitor lizards. […]
When my husband and I started Northampton Reptile Centre 16 years ago, it was the biggest decision of our life. The reptile hobby was relatively small back then, the equipment used was nothing like it is today and many of stores displayed miserable looking pets that were, in all honesty, not very well cared for. […]
Ever wondered what it’s like at Northampton Reptile Centre? Many of you guys already know as you’ve visited us before, but for those of you who haven’t been our guests yet we put together a small video montage of some of our customers. I hope you like the video, it’s not very long but cost […]
After lots of sawing, smashing, plumbing and plastering the shop extension is now very nearly finished. It has made the shop a lot bigger! The whole operation ran smoothly(ish), until one of the NRC owners attempted to take charge andÂ promptlyÂ cut straight through an alarm cable. I won’t name names, but it wasn’t Antony ;-). Of […]