Caulders buys Loch Lomond Homes & Gardens Centre

by | Jan 25, 2020 | News | 0 comments


Caulders Garden Centres has added Loch Lomond Homes and Garden Centre to the group. The company now has 8 centres in Central Scotland.

The Shaw Family ha sold the garden centre to focus on their core business of builders merchants.
Colin Barrie, MD of Caulders said, “We’re delighted to have agreed to buy Loch Lomond Homes and Gardens Centre.
It’s a great business and a great location with a fantastic team of people who we are looking forward to welcoming into the Caulders Family.”
Steven Shaw said, “The Shaw Family would like to thank all our staff and loyal customers for the support shown over the last 13 years.
“We would like to wish Colin and Mandy the very best of luck. We’re sure that Loch Lomond will be a great addition to their portfolio of garden centres.”

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