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Content marketing: the next big thing in online marketing

The next big thing in online marketing is content marketing. Sharing knowledge and information helps to get more followers on social media, gain better Google ...

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GCA announces Christmas  competition winners

BARTON Grange Garden Centre and Castle Gardens have recently (November, 2018) been announced as the national winners of the 2018 Garden Centre Association’s ...

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Outdoor plant sales are  the highlight in October

SALES in outdoor plant areas at garden centres across the country performed better than other categories in October according to the Garden Centre ...

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Haskins Garden Centre in Ferndown due to support Autism Wessex with festive events

Haskins in Ferndown is delighted to be hosting two events this Christmas to support its nominated charity of the year, Autism Wessex. The Family Shopping ...

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GCA starts search  for new inspector

THE GARDEN Centre Association (GCA) is this month (November, 2018) launching its search for a new inspector to help its members retain the very highest of ...

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BLACK FRIDAY IN THE GARDEN CENTRE: DOES IT WORK?

Friday, November 23rd is Black Friday: a tradition that has drifted over from the United States, when people head out en masse after Thanksgiving to ...

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Haskins Garden Centre in West End partners with Venture Studios Southampton for photoshoot competition

Haskins in Southampton is delighted to have partnered with Venture Studios Southampton for its annual photoshoot competition. Venture Studios Southampton ...

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Worrall Cup for garden  centres launched for 2018

THE GARDEN Centre Association (GCA) has launched its Worrall Cup competition (November, 2018) that is designed to find the member garden centre with the best ...

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Cultivating Retail: How SmartPlant Gives Your Business The Edge with Millennials

75% of SmartPlant users are between 25-45 and digital interfaces are the ideal way to communicate with this emerging, plant mad, demographic. Here are 3 ...

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Haskins Garden Centres support ‘Purple Tuesday’ for inclusive shopping

The popular garden centre group, Haskins, with centres in Dorset, Hampshire and West Sussex, is endorsing and promoting the government-backed ‘Purple Tuesday,’ ...

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