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  • Gardenforum Coffee Shop
    that half the yearly sales are taken in a few months working as much as they can in spring and if needed taking extra time off during quieter times 3 Apr 2015 justagardener 12m I just don t get this As a smaller centre our hard working staff would miss out on a family day themselves the trade would be diluted over the 4 day period and operational costs would be higher Ok the coffee shop would be the exception Is it not the case that garden centres in France mostly close every Sunday Belgium Holland and Germany also have a mix of opening hours So the big impersonal chains want to open should they control what the rest of us do Share this Close Coffee Shop add a comment Add your comment to Garden centres will lose 12 million on Easter Sunday Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/garden-centres-will-lose-12-million-on-easter-sunday/view-article-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    the accuracy or otherwise of the statements being made by BUND The essential point is that Bayer s thiacloprid based products have officially been classified as not harmful for bees and continue to be so Share this Close Coffee Shop add a comment Add your comment to Bayer loses libel action over pesticide harm to bees claim Updated Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form allows you to sign up for Gardenforum newsletters without paying to become a Gardenforum member It will not give you access to members premium content If you want to know more about

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/bayer-loses-libel-action-over-pesticide-harm-to-bees-claim-updated/view-article-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    sure if you mean LED lit Christmas Trees or the Silk leaved type Synthetic Tree but please try http www fdl eu Share this Close Coffee Shop add a comment Add your comment to Does anybody know where I can get hold of LED trees that light up the trunk and branches Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form allows you to sign up for Gardenforum newsletters without paying to become a Gardenforum member It will not give you access to members premium content If you want to know more about becoming a member click here Please

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/does-anybody-know-where-i-can-get-hold-of-led-trees-that-light-up-the-trunk-and-branches/view-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form allows you

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/scotts-to-spend-7-5m-on-four-tv-adverts/view-article-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form allows you to sign up for Gardenforum newsletters

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/gardenforum-new-look-website/view-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/gardman-stock-issues/view-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit comment Close Coffee Shop start a new discussion Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Point for discussion Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit point for discussion Join now or trial us Free Contact us Gardenforum Ltd Eden Grove Zeals Warminster Wilts BA12 6PA Tel 01747 840730 Email info gardenforum co uk Become a Member Now Follow us on Newsletter Sign up to our popular News and Product emails Sign up for NewsLetter Close Newsletter sign up Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 This form allows you to sign up for Gardenforum newsletters without paying to become a Gardenforum member

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/hagedorn-axes-martin-breddy/view-article-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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    I even have to turn work down if suppliers want 90 days 9 Jan 2015 Liz Please don t tar us all with the same brush Some of us actually take pride in paying our bills on time Poor service from some wholesalers in the past often resulted in delays in credit notes being sent out and very often the only way to get them was to with hold part of an invoice until the paperwork was corrected 7 Jan 2015 Keith As a supplier to Horticulture as well as Industry and retail Horticulture has for many years been the worst at paying accounts by some margin with the average time to pay being around 75 90 days or worse 7 Jan 2015 Jim Suppliers are stuck in the middle we can t pay our factories late or we don t get the goods and then we struggle to get cash out of our customers sometimes even after giving them 4 5 months credit Sorry cashflow problems is the stock answer The pre season culture and far east lead times mean it can sometimes be going on a full 12 months between paying deposits and getting paid by customers How can any business be run on that basis Share this Close Coffee Shop add a comment Add your comment to Are you affected by slow payment in the Garden Industry Date Fri 12th Feb 2016 For verification we ask for your contact details We will publish your name not your contact details UNLESS you provide an alternative name for publication a pen name Name Email address Telephone Name for publication Comment Gardenforum may contact you in line with these Terms and Conditions If you would prefer us not to contact you please click here Do not contact me Close Submit

    Original URL path: http://www.gardenforum.co.uk/coffee-shop/are-you-affected-by-slow-payment-in-the-garden-industry/view-comments/ (2016-02-12)
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