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GCA reveals Christmas regional winners

Published: 10 December 2012
The Garden Centre Association has announced the 12 regional winners of its annual Christmas display competition.
For the Destination Garden Centre (DGC) and Garden Centre (GC) categories, Barton Grange Garden Centre in Preston (DGC) and All in One Garden Centre in Manchester (GC) came top in the north west.

In the north east, Armitages Pennine Garden Centre in Huddersfield (DGC) and Langlands Garden Centre in York (GC) were judged the best. Van Hage Peterborough (DGC) and Planters Garden Centre in Tamworth (GC) came top in the Midlands.

Endsleigh Garden and Leisure in Ivybridge (DGC) and Raglan Garden Centre in Raglan (GC) were named winners in Wales and the West. In North Thames, Perrywood Garden Centre in Tiptree (DGC) and Sunshine Garden Centre in London (GC) took the title.

Haskins Garden Centre in Southampton (DGC) and Squires Shepperton Garden Centre (GC) were crowned as winners for the South Thames area.

The two overall winners will be announced later this month, and they will receive their prizes at the GCA annual conference, January 27 to 29.


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