Garden Centre Association announces regional finalists for best Christmas display competition

The Garden Centre Association has released the names of the centres that have made it to the list of finalists for this year's best Christmas display competition.

The finalists are as follows:

North West area (judges Iain Wylie and Peter Burks)

  • Over £4m, Barton Grange Preston
  • Under 4m, All in One Garden Centre.

North East area (judge Iain Wylie)

  • Under £4m, Armitages-Pennine.

Midlands area (judge Kevin Waters)

  • Over £4m, Van Hage Peterborough
  • Under £4m, Planters (Tamworth)

Wales and west area (judge Ian Boardman)

  • Over £4m, Endsleigh Garden Centre 
  • Under  £4m, Raglan Garden Centre 

North Thames area: (judge Sue Allen)

  • Over £4m, Perrywood
  • Under £4m, Sunshine  Garden Centre

South Thames area (judges Alyson Haywood and Alan Miles)

  • Over £4m, Haskins Southampton
  • Under £4m, Squires Shepperton

The final round is being Judged by Roger Crookes over the next two weeks.

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