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Adam Taylor elected as new President for the HTA

Published: 13 September 2017 - Kiran Grewal
 

Adam Taylor from Taylors Bulbs was elected as President of the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) at the Association’s annual general meeting which took place on 12 September at Glee.

Adam takes on the role from Adam Wigglesworth of Aylett Nurseries who has completed his two-year term of office to become the Immediate Past President. Adam Wigglesworth took the opportunity to say what an honour it had been to serve HTA members and thanked the Board, Council, HTA staff and fellow Directors at Aylett Nurseries, for their support during his presidency.

In other appointments Sandy Shepherd from Ball Colegrave was re-elected to the Board and Simon Fraser from Ben Reid and Co was elected as a new Board member. Stan Green, from Growforth Ltd stood down from the Board, after serving since 2007.

 
 

 

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