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  • Gardenforum News - Property
    more Barton Grange delays opening of new centre March 20 2008 by George Bullivant M Barton Grange is to open its new garden centre at Brock the week after Easter See more Read more News Review 2007 January 3 2008 by George Bullivant Here is our review of the News in 2007 This story is open to all our readers even if you are not a subscriber See more Read more GPI unveils 50m Garden Centre Fund August 29 2008 by George Bullivant M Garden Park Investments have established a 50 million fund to provide a source of capital to finance garden centres who wish to expand or for owners who wish to realise some of the value tied up in their property See more Read more Fire guts Wyevale garden centre July 21 2008 by George Bullivant M Wyevale garden centre at Caddington was completely destroyed by fire yesterday morning No one was hurt See more Read more Redevelopment plans on schedule at Frosts July 14 2008 by Frosts Garden Centres M Development plans to refurbish and extend much of the retail space at Frosts Garden Centre Woburn Sands are on schedule Phase 2 will be completed and open to customers by the end of November 2008 See more Read more Fire at Manchester garden centre was deliberate June 16 2008 by George Bullivant M Vandals caused so much damage to a Manchester garden centre that it may have to close The fire at Bowlee Nurseries was started deliberately See more Read more Klondyke wins appeal at Saville Garden Centre April 13 2008 by George Bullivant M Klondyke Garden Centres has overturned on appeal the planning refusal to redevelop Savilles Garden Centre which trades under the Strikes banner See more Read more Klondyke makes it 24 with Lady Green

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/property/?page=7 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Show News
    of the year there was a flurry of activity from Wyevale as it picked up eight long established independent garden centres See the full review which is open to all Read more Glee gets new advisory board and changes 2015 dates December 4 2014 by George Bullivant M Glee is to be a Monday to Wednesday show in 2015 Stand bookings are 3 months ahead of last year and a new Glee Advisory Board gets weighty backing from the industry Read more Top Chelsea Awards for Agralan Hillier and Taylors Bulbs May 19 2015 by George Bullivant M Agralan wins garden product of the year at RHS Chelsea Burncoose Nurseries wins plant of the year There were golds for Hillier Vital Earth Taylors Bulbs Read more Toolbank digs into the garden market April 14 2015 by George Bullivant M Toolbank s distribution agreement with Crest Garden has given it a platform to dig into the garden market Garden centre buyers are being invited to register for the distributor s spring trade shows Read more Glee to introduce a Retail Power List April 10 2015 by George Bullivant M Glee should be at capacity this year with increased bookings and well known names returning New features will include the Retail Power List and the PetQuip Village Read more Chelsea Fringe goes worldwide December 9 2014 by Gardenforum M If it s on topic legal and interesting then the chances are it can go in the Fringe Get involved say organisers of the 3 week Chelsea Fringe Festival Read more Newer 1 2 Join now or trial us Free News Archive Headlines Latest News Company People Services Property Landscapers Show News Around the Country Environment Other Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/shows/?page=2 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Around the Country
    purchasers were Mr Mrs Macdougall Read more Postgraduate wins second national landscape award October 9 2015 by Writtle College A Writtle College postgraduate has won a second major national award for her landscape architecture dissertation Read more Mr Fothergill s Seed Store Mafia and Pim top marrow and tomato competitions October 5 2015 by Mr Fothergill s Green fingered staff at Mr Fothergill s have been competing against each other this summer 2015 to see who could grow the heaviest Fatboy F1 marrow and heaviest Costoluto fiorentino tomato Read more Two Welsh garden centres join The Great Western Partnership September 23 2015 by George Bullivant M Two Welsh garden centres join The Great Western Partnership as the buying and marketing group seeks to expand its membership Read more From the little acorns Wyevale Nurseries sources November 24 2015 by Wyevale Nurseries One of the UK s leading commercial nurseries in Hereford has this month November 2015 collected more than a tonne of acorns from some renowned mature oak trees in the area so they can be planted for future generations to enjoy Read more Soft Play Barn solves a remote problem for Hillview November 16 2015 by George Bullivant M When Hillview Group bought Witney Garden Centre they were faced with a challenge Although surrounded by people how would they find the centre down a country lane in the middle of the Cotswolds Read more Delamore raising Funds for Children in Need November 16 2015 by Delamore Young Plants The staff at Delamore entered into the spirit of things this week to help raise valuable cash for Children in Need Read more Building work progresses at the Bransford Webbs Plant Company November 5 2015 by The Bransford Webbs Plant Company Following the completion of a new glasshouse at the Bransford Webbs Plant Company Worcester further development is progressing positively on a further 5000m2 of polytunnels with completion due for early spring 2016 Read more Greenfingers call for carrier bag tax donations November 3 2015 by Greenfingers Following the introduction of new government legislation last month which sees large retailers needing to charge a minimum of 5p for single use plastic bags Greenfingers is calling on retailers who qualify for the tax to donate their profits to the charity Read more Mr Fothergill s appointed Corporate Patron as Royal Hospital Chelsea relationship blooms November 2 2015 by Mr Fothergill s Mr Fothergill s relationship with the Royal Hospital Chelsea has resulted in the Suffolk seedsman being appointed its first Corporate Patron in recognition of its fundraising activity for the London home for military veterans Read more Miniature train stolen from Klondyke s Saville garden centre October 29 2015 by George Bullivant Police are asking for information about a 10 000 miniature train stolen from Klondyke s Saville garden centre Read more Wyevale buys Wych Cross garden centre October 26 2015 by George Bullivant M Wyevale has completed the purchase of Wych Cross Garden Centre at Forest Row in E Sussex recognised

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  • Gardenforum News - Around the Country
    George Bullivant M Three garden centres have made headlines this week around the country Grimsby garden centre is planning a rebuild a garden centre in Stretton is reopening and Hayes Garden World was the victim of a ram raid See more Read more 95 claim they loved working at Bents July 9 2015 by George Bullivant M Matthew Bent MD at Bents Garden Home is blown away by the results from this year s annual colleague survey Read more Morpeth traders oppose Wyevale s clothing expansion UPDATED April 27 2015 by George Bullivant M Wyevale faces massive opposition from local traders as the group seeks to amend its planning permission at Heighley Gate garden centre UPDATE Permission has been granted Read more William Sinclair chief exec departs with immediate effect March 5 2015 by George Bullivant M William Sinclair has announced the departure of Peter Rush as chief executive with immediate effect He is replaced by a turnaround specialist after a poor start to the spring Read more Review of 2014 in the Garden Industry January 2 2015 by George Bullivant 2014 has been dominated by the repositioning of the major gardening goods distributors following the demise of Solus The weather for once provided a good news story and towards the end of the year there was a flurry of activity from Wyevale as it picked up eight long established independent garden centres See the full review which is open to all Read more New month brings a change to wetter weather September 30 2014 by Wiseweather M A new month brings with it a pattern change with much more unsettled weather likely for most parts as a reinvigorated jet stream runs close to the UK something we haven t seen for a while Read more Newer 1 2 3

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/around-the-country/?page=3 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Other
    create an emotional connection between the consumer and a bag of compost And Gardening is about partying entertainment and living outside It is not about Jobs for the month Read more Looking ahead It s not all doom and gloom September 5 2014 by Peter Dawson M 2013 turned out to be another disappointing year in all three key sectors of the garden retail market garden plants garden care and garden leisure with all three sectors showing a steady decline in the five years to 2013 covered by the Analysis Read more Burgon Ball takes top honours at the GIMA s July 18 2014 by George Bullivant M The garden retail industry was in a confident mood at the GIMA Awards where Burgon Ball won the Sword of Honour for the best new product and Taylors were named supplier of the year See more Read more Line up for new format HTA Garden Futures conference August 20 2015 by George Bullivant M The theme for this year s HTA Garden Futures Conference is Embracing Change Headline speakers from outside gardening include Will Butler Adams and Simon Jack Insiders are led by the new MD of Homebase Read more At the half year garden centres are 6 up July 21 2015 by George Bullivant M A good June has helped GCA garden centres to a 6 sales increase for the half year on top of a 10 increase last year Plants and garden furniture were strong gifts and garden sundries less so Read more Garden Re Leaf raises over 95 000 for Greenfingers July 17 2015 by George Bullivant M It was revealed at the GIMA s that Garden Re Leaf Day raised 95 000 for Greenfingers a massive increase thanks to contributions from QVC and Briers Read more Why Garden centres are winning back sales of garden furniture July 13 2015 by George Bullivant M Views gathered at Solex last week suggest several reasons why garden centres are winning back sales of garden furniture Read more Garden centres are up 10 5 in May June 22 2015 by George Bullivant M Garden Centre sales are up 10 5 in May and 5 for the year so far according to the GCA It appears some garden centres are recovering their confidence with garden furniture but not all Plants and garden sundries continue to lose share Read more New look for AIPH and Grower of the Year Awards May 7 2015 by George Bullivant M Any grower can nominate themselves for the International Grower of the Year Awards as they get a new look along with rebranding for the AIPH Read more Industry optimistic as sales take off April 8 2015 by George Bullivant M After a slow grey start to Easter garden centres were buzzing by Monday But nursery stock is 3 weeks late and this could lead to shortages if sales continue to blossom in the warmer weather Read more Greenfingers Glovies aim for social media record April 2 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/other/?page=2 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Other
    Read more Lobby MEPs to stop devastating EU plant rules December 6 2013 by George Bullivant M The HTA calls on the industry to lobby MEPs by December 10th over EU proposals that would penalise small ornamental producers and make it no longer viable to keep many older plant varieties See more Read more The grower is a hero says the Czech GCA October 17 2013 by George Bullivant M September s newsletter from the International Garden Centre Association shows the different challenges around the gardening world in 2013 See more Read more Sell a tree sell a stake and tie not anymore September 26 2013 by George Bullivant M The traditional training to sell a stake a tie and some compost when selling a tree is wrong according to two leading tree experts at the Palmstead Nurseries workshop See more Read more A time to reflect says Westland chief May 29 2014 by George Bullivant M As PwC confirms that discussions with interested parties about buying Solus are still ongoing Edward Conroy suggests this is an opportunity to reflect on our progress as an industry and to consider what still needs to be done See more Read more If you go down to the woods today April 30 2014 by Porcupine PR Garden centres are being invited to sign up this month May 2014 to help with an attempt to have the most teddies picnicking on the same day nationwide See more Read more Healthy Easter sales gives trade a boost April 24 2014 by The Horticultural Trades Association M There are many happy bunnies across the garden industry after a bumper Easter weekend Many garden centres are reporting record trading days with plants and garden sundries sales particularly strong along with catering Read more Tonight 8pm BBC 2 The Big Allotment Challenge April 15 2014 by George Bullivant M The first episode of The Big Allotment Challenge airs tonight Tuesday at 8pm promises tension and tantrums in every episode It should be a boost for Grow Your Own See more Read more Winter Storms have created a national shortage of fence panels March 24 2014 by George Bullivant M An unprecedented succession of autumn and winter storms have caused a national shortage of fence panels which is likely to last into the summer and beyond See more Read more Box blight enquiries reach record high March 18 2014 by The Royal Horticultural Society M While it was no shock that honey fungus was the number one problem disease in 2013 perhaps the biggest surprise was the influence the weather had on the RHS list of top 10 garden diseases See more Read more Garden Re Leaf boosts buoyant March March 17 2014 by George Bullivant M A record number of garden centres over 230 took part in Garden Re Leaf on Friday They were backed by more suppliers than ever before The sun shone customers responded and so did the local press See more Read more RHS names

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/other/?page=3 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Other
    disappointing 8 See more Read more Can a late spring recover lost sales May 10 2013 by George Bullivant Last weekend showed that gardeners are ready to shop when the weather allows But is there time to recover lost sales What will be the impact of another poor spring Gardenforum samples opinion See more Read more May forecast to start and end warm and dry May 1 2013 by Wiseweather M Wiseweather predicts periods of high pressure at the beginning and end of May with cooler more showery weather in the middle weeks especially in the south and West See more Read more Garden Centres blame Monty Don says Daily Telegraph April 12 2013 by George Bullivant M The Daily Telegraph says that garden centres are blaming Monty Don for the mass dumping of spring flowers It s estimated that 30m plants will have to be cleared to make room for summer bedding See more Read more Legionella outbreak in Scotland September 18 2013 by George Bullivant M An outbreak of Legionnaires disease in Scotland said to be caused by contaminated bagged growing media resulted in two people being placed in intensive care See more Read more GCA announces the venue for 2014 conference September 13 2013 by GCA M The Garden Centre Association GCA has revealed the location of the organisation s next annual conference January 26 until 29 2014 and the winners of its guess the venue competition See more Read more Garden Re Leaf raises 61 379 for children s hospices August 15 2013 by George Bullivant M March 14th is the date for Garden Re Leaf in 2014 This spring the day that starts the gardening year raised 61 379 and organisers have described some of the gardens it funded at children s hospices See more Read more Beware of Jenny July 26 2013 by Peter Dawson M It may not be too unusual but do beware As the weeds grow again after the recent hot spell of weather so the scammers come out again too See more Read more Wanted gardening families for new Monty Don series July 25 2013 by Peter Dawson M Lion TV the company behind Monty Don s French Gardens is looking for people who would like to create extraordinary gardens from ordinary plots and want to turn their dreams into reality for a new tv series See more Read more GIMA Awards 2013 July 19 2013 by Pat Manning M Another successful Awards night enjoyed by all that were in attendance along with the announcement for Garden ReLeaf 2014 See more Read more Grant of a Royal Charter to the Institute of Horticulture July 17 2013 by Pat Manning M The Institute of Horticulture IoH is delighted to announce that Her Majesty the Queen has been graciously pleased to grant a Royal Charter to the Institute of Horticulture See more Read more New Venue for Glee 2014 July 15 2013 by George Bullivant M Glee will move to a more

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/news/other/?page=4 (2016-02-12)
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  • Gardenforum News - Other
    centres See more Read more Industry concerns at UK findings of Ash Dieback August 22 2012 by George Bullivant M The HTA is seeking to raise awareness of Ash Dieback Chalara fraxinea after the discovery of the disease at a number of UK sites over recent weeks See more Read more Plants and Products in the final Love Your Garden August 1 2012 by George Bullivant Here are the plants and products featured in the final episode of Love Your Garden Alan Titchmarsh David Domoney and the team created a garden at Bluebell Wood Children s Hospice in South Yorkshire See more open to all Read more Northern GCA winners have a familiar look July 23 2012 by George Bullivant M Winners from the Midlands and the North in the judging for GCA best garden centre have a familiar look to them with one exception See more Read more GCA reveals first regional garden centre winners July 12 2012 by George Bullivant M The GCA has announced the first regional awards in the judging to find the country s best garden centres Winners from Wales West North and South Thames will be subject to a second assessment before the overall winner is revealed in January See more Read more GIMA warns of scam orders April 8 2013 by George Bullivant M GIMA has warned suppliers about scam orders in particular one purporting to come from Tesco See more Read more 6 years for garden centre thieves March 13 2013 by George Bullivant M 8 men have been jailed for a sophisticated series of break ins at garden centres across the Midlands during 2011 and 2012 See more Read more Call for garden centre exemption from Easter laws March 6 2013 by Pat Manning M Peter Burks Chairman of the Garden Centre Association GCA and its members are this month calling for the Easter trading laws to be relaxed so gardeners can enjoy four days of uninterrupted sowing and planting See more Read more Do you qualify for a DCF Horticultural Scholarship February 11 2013 by The HTA M Listen up gardening experts the David Colegrave Foundation DCF is offering multiple scholarships to those who are set on a career in horticulture But there are less than two months left to apply See more Read more Sheds withdraw pesticides suspected of harming bees UPDATED January 31 2013 by George Bullivant M Homebase B Q and Wickes have responded to pressure and removed 2 bug killers that contain a form of nicotinoid that has been linked with damage to the bee population A Gardenforum investigation shows that few retail products now contain the suspect active ingredients See more Read more Gardenforum s Review of 2012 January 2 2013 by George Bullivant Here s a summary of the news that has filled the Gardenforum pages in 2012 It is dominated by the impact of the weather and perhaps the economy The story is open to all our readers See more Read more Out

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