Maingate, Doff and Fiskars return to garden retail exhibition Glee

Three big brands have re-booked stands at garden retail show Glee after recently missing the event and as the show reports it is 68 per cent full.

The national show which was revamped last year into new halls at Birmingham NEC, and has dropped Sunday opening, is reporting bookings two months ahead of bookings in 2014.

New bookings so far include Nilsson Garden Buildings and Aigle, a French footwear firm.

Gardman, Scotts, Grange Fencing, Artevasi, Treadstone, Javado, Plant Magic Plus, Aspire Outdoors, Barenbrug, Walsall Wheelbarrow Company and Town & Country are all returning.

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