Barton Grange garden centre wins Garden Centre Association Awards top prize

Barton Grange garden centre in Lancashire has won the Garden Centre Association best garden centre of the year prize for centres with over £4m turnover.

Barton Garden Centre wins GCA Awards prize - image: Bartons Garden Centre
Barton Garden Centre wins GCA Awards prize - image: Bartons Garden Centre

Cowells in Northumberland won the under £4m prize.

Best signage went to Poplars, best displays to Van Hage Great Amwell, most improved centre to Gouldings, best people to Barton Grange, outdoor living to Squires Hersham and Bents Garden & Home, GIMA award to Bents, supplier to Taylors Bulbs, Ruxley Rose for plantarea to Cowells and Barton Grange, Christmas to Castle Gardens and Barton Grange and Colour Your Life green award to Grosvenor.

Top garden centres of excellence were Barton Grange, Bents, Van Hage Peterborough, Frosts Woburn Sands, Poplars, Webbs, Haskins Ferndown, Grosvenor, Cowells, Planters and Coolings.


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