Northern garden centres scoop top honours at GCA awards 2010/11

Bents, Cowells, Langlands Leeds and Barton Grange Brock won four top prizes at the Garden Centre Association awards 2010/11.

Winners lineup:

Ruxley Rose planterea:

under £4m turnover: Cowell's,
over £4m turnover: Van Hage Great Amwell

Worrall Cup signage: Chessington

Best displays: Barton Grange Brock

Dick Allen most improved centre: Langlands Leeds

Millennium Trophy best under £4m: Cowell’s

Best over £4m turnover: Bents

Garden Centres of Excellence: Bents, Van Hage Peterborough, Webbs, Frosts Woburn Sands, Barton Grange Preston, Poplars, Cowell’s, Van Hage Great Amwell, Haskins Ferndown, Planters Tamworth. Grosvenor, All-in-One, Woodlands.

Christmas displays under £4m: Sunshine, over £4m Barton Grange Preston.

Best people: Burleydam

Weber outdoor living: under £4m Fairways, over £4m Poplars

Home Living: under £4m Stratford, over £4m Barton Grange Preston

GIMA product award: Bents

GCA associate member of the year: Solus Garden & Leisure

Colour Your Life community: Bents


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