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Charles Notcutt to speak at HTA Conference

Published: 13 August 2007
The former chairman of Notcutts Nurseries will join the line up of speakers for the key note opening session at the annual event.
Charles Notcutt to speak at HTA Conference
A long standing advocate of early action to combat climate change, Mr Notcutt will speak alongside Dr Alan Knight, a member of the UK Sustainable Development Commission and adviser to Wyevale Garden Centres.

The HTA conference, 'Green Light for the Garden Industry', takes place at the Chester Crowne Plaza hotel on October 15-16 this year.

It is the leading forum for garden retailers, growers, manufacturers, landscapers and other busnesses in the UK garden industry.

For further information and bookings please contact Cecilia Slinn on 01686 668 256 or hta@slinnmccarthy.

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