Tates of Sussex announces takeover of Horsham garden centre

by | Nov 7, 2018 | Chains, Independents, News | 0 comments

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Old Barn Nurseries and Garden Centre has new owners. Tates of Sussex confirmed it had taken over the site from Wyevale Garden Centres.
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The sussex-based company runs several other garden centres across the county. These include South Downs Nurseries in Hassocks and Mayberry Garden Centre in Portslade. Paradise Park in Newhaven is their flagship store.
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In a statement on the company?s website, the firm said it was delighted to be taking over the centre. It is set to make improvements to the store.
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A spokesman said: ?We’re delighted to announce that Old Barn Garden Centre is now part of the Tates of Sussex Garden Centre Group. We look forward to welcoming all new and existing Tates of Sussex customers at our new centre.
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?A new look store is around the corner. We hope you will notice improvements to the shopping experience over the coming months.?

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