Stevens joins Home & Garden

The Home & Garden Group has appointed former Garden Store director Neil Stevens as business development manager.

Home & Garden Group managing director David White said: "I'm really looking forward to working with Neil, his management style and industry knowledge will be a great benefit to our retail business. Neil joins us just at the right time as we start our early season offer campaign. I am looking forward to a record breaking year with the strong management team we have in place."

Stevens said: "I'm delighted to be joining David, Karen and the Home & Garden team. The company has grown with speed over the last 3 years which is very exciting, I look forward in sharing my experiences from the Garden Store to strengthen trading at Home & Garden's current nine stores and developing future business."

He joined Home & Garden Group, which operates nine garden centres, for the launch of its Spring Sale at their flagship store in Willington, Bedfordshire.

Hillview Group bought the six Garden Store centres in 2014. 

Home & Garden operates the following sites:

Willington Home and Garden - Bedford

Ise GC - Kettering

Floralands GC - Nottingham

Stansted Park GC - Rowlands Castle

Plowmans GC - Ferndown

Rutland GC- Oakham, Rutland

Shopwhyke GC - Chichester

Leighton Buzzard GC - Leighton Buzzard

David's Nurseries  - Worcester 


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