Home and Garden Group announces new appointment

by | Mar 2, 2017 | News | 0 comments

The Home & Garden Group who currently operate 9 garden centres are pleased to announce that Neil Stevens, former director of The Garden Store Ltd has joined their management team as business development manager.

Managing director David White said: “I’m really looking forward to working with Neil, his management style and industry knowledge will be a great benefit to our retail business. Neil joins us just at the right time as we start our early season offer campaign.?I am looking forward to a record breaking year with the strong management team we have in place.”

Neil Stevens said: “I’m delighted to be joining David, Karen and the Home & Garden team.?The company has grown with speed over the last 3 years which is very exciting, I look forward in sharing my experiences from The Garden Store to strengthen trading at Home & Garden’s current 9 stores and developing future business”.

Neil?s appointment started with a bang as he joined the company for the launch of their Spring Sale at their flagship store in Willington, Bedfordshire.

Home & Garden operate the following sites:

Willington Home and Garden – Bedford

Ise GC – Kettering

Floralands GC – Nottingham

Stansted Park GC – Rowlands Castle

Plowmans GC – Ferndown

Rutland GC- Oakham, Rutland

Shopwhyke GC – Chichester

Leighton Buzzard GC – Leighton Buzzard

David’s Nurseries ?- Worcester

Contact Claire Gill on 01767 627559 for more information.

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