Garden Retail Awards entry deadline extended to 8th October

The Garden Retail Awards has extended the deadline for entries to be submitted following requests for more time from garden centres and others to put their entries together.

Garden Retail Awards
Garden Retail Awards

The entry deadline is now 8 October giving entrants enough time to submit their entries during a busy time for the garden retail industry. 

The Awards, organised by Horticulture Week, are due to be held on 26 February 2015 at the New Connaught Rooms in London.

Categories include Retail Outlet of the Year for stores under £1m, £1m-£3m and more than £3m turnover, Best Planteria, Best Catering Facilities, Best Development and a Community Award. New categories include Best Garden Centre Event.

To enter, please see

Sponsors include Neudorff, for Employee of the Year, HTA for Commitment to Staff Development & Outstanding Lifetime Achievement, Town & County for Commitment to Customer Service and SOLEX for Greenest Garden Centre.

Prospective sponsors should email

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