Garden Centre Association regional Christmas winners announced

The Garden Centre Association has announced the regional winners of its Christmas display competition.

The winners of the Christmas competition will be announced on 10 December, weather permitting. The Home Living competition will be announced at the GCA conference on 24 January.

Regional judges were Ian Boardman and Sue Allen. The finals judge is Liz Hutson.

 

  Over £4m Under £4m
Area
Christmas Display Competition Barton Grange Brock All in One North West
Home Living Competition Barton Grange Brock All in One North West
Christmas Display Competition Langlands Shiptonthorpe Armitages Birchencliffe North East
Home Living Competition Langlands Shiptonthorpe Armitages Birchencliffe
North East
Christmas Display Competition Van Hage Peterborough Stratford Garden Centre Midlands
Home Living Competition Van Hage Peterborough Stratford Garden Centre Midlands
Christmas Display Competition Endsleigh Garden & Leisure Brimsmore Garden Centre Wales & West
Home Living Competition Sanders Garden World Old Railway Line Wales & West
Christmas Display Competition Van Hage Great Amwell Sunshine Garden Centre North Thames
Home Living Competition Frosts Woburn Sands Sunshine Garden Centre North Thames
Christmas Display Competition Pohill Garden Centre Castle Gardens South
Home Living Competition Garsons Esher Castle Gardens South


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