Wyevale wins grow your own award

by | Mar 15, 2016 | News | 0 comments

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Wyevale Garden Centres has won the gold award at the??Grow your own??Great British Growing Awards 2016 in the??best one stop shop??category. The presentation was made at?a special ceremony at the Edible Garden Show on Friday 11th?March.

A spokesperson for Wyevale said: ?Nominated and voted for entirely by readers and online visitors of?Grow Your Own?magazine, the awards?recognises?the cream of the crop in horticulture and gardening. The awards reward leading?brands, places, garden heroes, books, resources and shops across the growing industry.?

The spokesperson continued: “We would like to thank the readers of Grow Your Own for their support in winning this award. It is a testament of our efforts to cater to all, under one roof and support the nation in growing their own.

?This award shines a spotlight on outstanding gardening retailers, for ensuring that the consumer gets the service, quality and range of products they expect. We are proud to be chosen for this achievement.?

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