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According To Seabrook ... Recognising the value of industry experience

According To Seabrook ... Recognising the value of industry experience

What price loyalty? When it comes to insurance companies, road rescue organisations, energy suppliers and the like newcomers often get a better deal than long-serving customers who trustingly pay on receipt of invoice. Loyal members of staff certainly deserve special treatment and having worked for this publication and its predecessor titles for more than 50 years I would say that, would I not?

Top 100 reveals important story

Top 100 reveals important story

Each year, Horticulture Week's exclusive listing of the top 100 UK garden centres by turnover has an important story to tell - and this year is no exception. It is great news for the sector's leading independent garden centres, the top 10 of which have between them piled on an extra £13.5m in turnover in one year.

Farrer on...Quality of life is key factor in Brexit debate
Common interest best bet for parks

Common interest best bet for parks

We report on another major city this week that hopes, at least in part, to secure a future for its crisis-hit parks by working with key local institutions that share common goals and interests (see p9-11).

Seabrook On ... Great work being done by youngsters

Seabrook On ... Great work being done by youngsters

We hear much about the lack of young people entering our industry yet when I get out and about the number of enthusiastic youngsters is really encouraging.

According to Dixon...Horticulture's influence on the Bard

According to Dixon...Horticulture's influence on the Bard

Stratford-upon-Avon rejoices in William Shakespeare, its most famous son. Even after 400 years he is still the world's greatest poet and playwright. He lives on with increasing stature and reputation worldwide. Horticulture still contributes in that life and our enjoyment of it.

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