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For more than 130 years, DIY Week has been the diy, hardware and garden centre industry's main news source.

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DIY Week runs a series of range reviews, Leaders and Retailing supplements throughout the year.
Range reviews give our readers vital information about key market sectors, allowing them to review what they stock.

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