Rebranded Bowland to launch patio sets at Glee

Bagged aggregate and decorative paving manufacturer Bowland Stone is to unveil a range of sun circles at Glee this September 21-23.

Bowland Stone is returning to Glee after a two year lapse. During that time they have completely re-branded the company, with a new logo, point of sale material and newly designed bags.


The main feature of Bowland Stone’s new brochure is a package of ‘Ready 2 Go’ patio sets.


The list of new products is spearheaded by the Lakeland Sun circle, which comes in a mix of two shades, slate and gold, and the light cream coloured Baroque Oval, moulded on an original Turkish travertine.


There’s also the Chalice range with the price of 7.29 sq. metre of paving fixed at £123.95 for 2009.


MD Paul Elston said: “We’re trying to provide garden centres with exceptional value throughout our range - and they won’t even have to get their hands dirty with our store to door service. Garden centres can achieve a 25 per cent margin without even handling the goods.

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