Garden Centre Group launch 30 pet centres

The Garden Centre Group is launching pet shops at 30 of its garden centres nationwide this month (April, 2011).

Garden Centre Group launch 30 pet centres - image: GCG
Garden Centre Group launch 30 pet centres - image: GCG

The garden centres involved will be officially opening their new pet shops during April as part of National Pet Month.

Melanie Malin, Category Manager for Animal Care at The Garden Centre Group, said: "Staff will be on hand to give customers free advice on pet care throughout April and beyond.

"They have been fully trained in product knowledge and will be able to assist people with their pet-related questions.

"The new areas will include leading cat and dog food brands such as James Wellbeloved, Hills, Royal Canin and Pro Plan and will offer a wide range of accessories comprising of pet beds, collars, scratching posts, carriers, kennels and health and well-being products. 

"Small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs will be catered for with brands including Burgess Excel and Supreme animal feeds, a range of bedding, accessories and British-made hutches. In addition, there is a brand new selection of chicken products including the Countryside range of chicken feeds, products for health and well-being, a range of housing and even some treats for your garden hens.

"The garden centres will also have a range of on-going promotional deals on various products, while stocks last."

The 31 garden centres that have launched new pet shops are:

1.      Albrighton Garden Centre

2.      Blooms Solihull Garden Centre

3.      Bold Heath Garden Centre

4.      Bridgemere Nursery & Garden World

5.      Bury St Edmunds Garden Centre

6.      Canterbury Chartham Garden Centre

7.      Crowland Outlet Garden Centre

8.      Fair Oak Garden Centre

9.      Findon Garden Centre

10.  Hamstreet Garden Centre

11.  Heathlands Garden Centre

12.  Heighley Gate Nursery & Garden Centre

13.  Hereford Garden Centre

14.  Keynsham Garden Centre

15.  Louth Garden Centre

16.  Marple Garden Centre

17.  Osterley Garden Centre

18.  Par Garden Centre

19.  Poppleton Garden Centre

20.  Pulborough Garden Centre

21.  Ramsgate Garden Centre

22.  Shirley Garden Centre

23.  Stanway Garden Centre

24.  Stockton Garden Centre

25.  Wimborne Garden Centre

26.  Woodlands Nursery & Garden Centre

27.  Worthing Ferring Garden Centre

28.  Wyevale Lelant Garden Centre

29.  Wyevale Telford Garden Centre

30.   Wyevale Woburn Sands Garden Centre.

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