Malmesbury Garden Centre voted Wiltshire’s best

It started life around half-a-century ago as a small rural nursery and is now a thriving complex where visitors can acquire anything from fertilizer, gift vouchers and ornamental pots to a ?hangover breakfast? in the Garden Caf?.

Malmesbury Garden Centre ? also known as Nurden?s ? has been voted by our readers this month as Wiltshire?s Best Garden Centre.

Assistant manager Jamie Johnstone was delighted with the accolade. ?It?s great news,? he said. ?I?d like to think it was for the huge range of goods we sell and for our efficient and friendly customer service.

?We are the only independently owned garden centre in this vicinity ? all the others are chains, so it?s great that a local business is so well thought of by customers.?

Located on the Crudwell Road on the edge of Malmesbury, the complex, where 18 people are now employed, has had a number of owners over the years.

For the past 12 years it has been owned by local builder and plant hire operative Andy Nurden who re-named it Malmesbury Garden Centre to ?express its unity with the town it serves.? However lots of locals simply refer to it as Nurden?s.

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