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Wyevale Wellingborough to become Landscaping Centre

Wellingborough Garden Centre will be developed into a major landscaping showroom by it's new owners Higgins Building Supplies.


Nigel Higgins, Managing Director, told GTN Xtra they had been looking for a site to expand their landscaping supplies business for a number of years.  "We are the largest single depot for sales of Bradstone products in the UK from our Wellingborough Building Supplies site but have had restricted space to display all of the products.  Now we can build a special landscaping showroom here at the garden centre."


Higgins plans mean the Maidenhead Aquatics shop on the site will be closing next spring.


"We are new to running a garden centre but we are looking forward to learning fast," added Nigel.  "We know some of the suppliers through our building supplies buying group but there are plenty more to get to know."


See our photos below of the existing Higgins landscape display area.

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