Garden Centre Association reveals contest shortlist

Results are in from the regional judging round, and now the finalists are preparing for the next round of the Garden Centre Association (GCA) Christmas Display Competition, sponsored by Gisela Graham.

Jeanette Cheetham of Visual Thinking is this year's finals judge.

The two winners in the under £3m and over £3m categories will be announced later this month and showcased at the GCA conference on 25-28 January.

Regional finalists are: Midlands - Planters Garden Centre, Melbicks Garden & Leisure; North East - Whiteleys Garden Centre, Heighley Gate Garden Centre; North Thames - Sunshine Garden Centre, Van Hage Garden Co, Great Amwell; North West - All-In-One Garden Centre, Barton Grange, Brock; Wales & West - Brimsmore Gardens, Endsleigh Garden & Leisure; South Thames - Castle Gardens, Ruxley Manor Garden Centre; Northern Ireland - Donaghadee Garden Centre.


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