Otter Nurseries see turnover rise

Devon-based five garden centre group Otter has seen turnover rise 14 per cent in 2015.

The group, which also has two nurseries, saw turnover rise to £19.72m from £17.30m from 29 December 2014 to 3 January 2016, according to newly published figures.

Operating profit rose from £1.47m to £2.17m.

The group, owned by the White family, says it grows 80 per cent of tis own plants at its main Ottery St Mary garden centre and nursery and at the Lymington, Hampshire garen centre and nursery. Otter also has garden centres at Plymouth, Torbay and Wincanton.

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