Crowders Garden Centre to undergo rebranding

by | Feb 10, 2016 | News | 0 comments


Wyevale has announced that Crowders garden centre will undergo a name change. The company acquired Crowders in January of this year.

The new name will be revealed on 16th March, with members of the local community invited to help choose what it will be by casting their vote at the centre.

The three names put forward by colleagues at the centre are Wolds View, Banovallum, and Horncastle. Wyevale Garden Centres will be donating ?500 to local voluntary emergency services charity Lives in recognition of the community?s support for the initiative.

Manager Ken Dawson said: ?We are thrilled to invite visitors at Crowders to play an important role in shaping the future name of the centre to ensure it is in keeping with its rich history and heritage, and chimes with local community values.?

Trevor Blake, a long serving member of staff, said: ?Crowders has so much heritage and we are delighted to be part of the renaming process. I have been a colleague at the centre for 15 years and it is thrilling have an input in this significant change for the centre.?

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