British Garden Centres buys Wyevale Wolds View Garden Centre

by | Dec 13, 2018 | Chains, News | 0 comments

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British Garden Centres has purchased Wolds View Garden Centre for an ?undisclosed sum?.
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The company has centres in Woodthorpe, near Alford, Chapel St Leonards and Brigg.
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Wolds View Garden Centre was under the ownership of Wyevale Garden Centres.
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British Garden Centres are ?looking forward? to starting their future in Horncastle.
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A spokeswoman from British Garden Centres said: ? British Garden Centres is proud to announce the buy of Wold View Garden Centre.
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?The centre will be renamed ?Horncastle Garden Centre?. Owners Charles, Robert and Phillippa Stubbs are looking forward to working with this new centre in their home county.
?They have over 30 years knowledge in the garden centre industry. They are also owners of Woodthorpe, Chapel & Brigg garden centres local to Wolds View.
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?Takeover of the centre will happen tomorrow, meaning the centre may be closed for the day.
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?It will then be business as usual and we will look forward to welcoming everyone through our doors over the festive period.
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?All festive bookings will still be honoured.?

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