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    • November 18, 2016

    Offices Celebrated with Planting

    A Malus Evereste and Bramley Apple tree, supplied by nursery Frank P Matthews were planted outside the building in the grounds by HTA Head of Horticulture, Raoul Curtis-Machin and ENA’s President, Tim Edwards and Julian Ransom of APL member 4th Corner.

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    • September 5, 2016

    GCA Workshop Success

    The Garden Centre Association held a successful Plant Area Workshop at Ball Colegrave this summer (2016). The event was attended by plant area managers, buyers and supervisors and was facilitated by GCA inspector, Roger Crookes.

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    Charity Target Smashed by Wyevale

    Wyevale Garden Centres are celebrating reaching their £750,000 fundraising target for charity partner Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with any terminal illness and their families, more than 12 months ahead of schedule.

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    Open Day is Blooming Success

    The Founder and Principal at the Cotswold Gardening School, Caroline Tatham and garden designer and TV presenter, Kate Durr, were the guest speakers at the Open Day at Wyevale Nurseries.

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  • Offices Celebrated with Planting

    Offices Celebrated with Planting

    • News
    • November 18, 2016

    A Malus Evereste and Bramley Apple tree, supplied by nursery Frank P Matthews were planted outside the building in the grounds by HTA Head of Horticulture, Raoul Curtis-Machin and ENA’s President, Tim Edwards and Julian Ransom of APL member 4th Corner.

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