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Eyles and Stevens bid farewell to Hillview

Published: 22 September 2016 - Jenny Wonnacott

Hillview Garden Centres has confirmed the departure of Marcus Eyles and Neil Stevens.

Hillview chief executive officer told DIYWeek.net: "Marcus Eyles and Neil Stevens formerly owners and Directors of The Garden Store Ltd left Hillview Garden Centres on 31st August 2016 to pursue new interests.

"The company wish to thank them both for their contribution to the business and for the work they have done to help establish Garden Store as a recognised gardening brand in the Midlands. We wish them well in the future.”

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