garden centre


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garden centre

a place where gardening tools and equipment, plants, seeds, etc., are sold
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Bridgemere Garden Centre in Nantwich has been sold to new owners, it has been revealed.
One of the first Wyevale centres to be sold was Percy Thrower's Garden Centre in Shrewsbury, which was sold to Blue Diamond in July last year.
A similar incident at Beardsworth's nursery and garden centre on Whitehall Road at Cleckheaton saw the theft this week of fruit trees worth around PS1,000.
He said: "If the property sells for around its guide price, the PS80,000 per year rent means the buyer could have recouped their initial investment by the time the 10-year lease is up, giving them the option to relet the premises or take the garden centre in their own direction."
The garden centre includes an extensive range of buildings across an 18-acre site, along with 500 parking spaces.
Blue Diamond garden centre on Newport Road, St Mellons, was destroyed by a fire in November 2013.
Wrexham Council's planning committee has been recommended to turn down proposals to build eight new homes on land next to Ferndale Garden Centre in Caego, near Wrexham.
Sarah Squire, deputy chairman of Squire's, said: "We are delighted to see Frensham Garden Centre and its excellent team joining the Squire's group.
Strikes Garden Centre in Stokesley was almost totally burned to the ground after flames took hold in April this year.
Last month the local authority acquired the seven-acre site at Pontprennau, where the Dutch Garden Centre has been trading for 40 years.