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New garden buildings department for Trelawney@Wadebridge

Published: 1 May 2014

A partnership between Trelawney Garden Leisure @Wadebridge and Elite Spas & Leisure has seen the creation of a new garden buildings department at the garden centre.

New garden buildings department for Trelawney@Wadebridge

The new department will stock Regency Garden Buildings, including greenhouses, sheds and summer houses. It will also house 17 different garden buildings and displays and six greenhouses, covering 500sq ft and employing three people.

General Manager of Trelawney@Wadebridge in Sladebridge, Peter Burks, said: "Elite Spas & Leisure has been an independent concession at the garden centre for two-and-a-half years and we have a great relationship with them. It seemed fitting to form a partnership to launch this new venture.

"We will be able to offer our customers a wide range of garden buildings and can also deliver and install each product."

Director at Elite Spas & Leisure, Chris Williams, said: "We are very excited about our new partnership. As companies we have the same core values and our main focus is on customer service. We want to offer consumers variety and value for money."

Earlier in the year Trelawney Garden Leisure revealed it was due to start first phase on its third garden centre at Probus in Cornwall.

Trelawney Garden Leisure already owns Trelawney@Wadebridge and Trelawney@Ashford in North Devon.

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