In This Issue
Dobbies close their centres this morning
Rainbows of Cheer
Dobbies remain open and social media gets heated
David Domoney gives garden centre delivery services a lift on national radio
Gardening for Children - what a great opportunity for garden centres to help during the emergency
Garden Centres close their doors "We want to be part of stopping the spread of Coronavirus"
Pop up Veg shops - Garden Centres help ease pressure on buying fresh food
Gardening starts to grow as people prepare for long stay at home
Orangutan Books specialise in extremely high-quality bespoke gift books for your Christmas event
For sale - A long Established Garden Centre Business
Notcutts celebrates one million donations through Pennies
Floriculture contributes to public health with #flowers4oxygen
Garden Re-Leaf Day 2020 celebrates another superb day of FUNdraising
BBC Gardeners’ World Live postponed following recent COVID-19 advice
David Domoney urges people to garden during difficult times
Deliveries to customers - another way to help your community
A message from Greenfingers Charity Chairman, Sue Allen
GTN Bestsellers Garden Re-Leaf Subscription Offer
Nursery calls for more centres to sell veg & food
Get your own copy of GTN Xtra
Thank goodness for gardening
Rapid sales of veg plants
Stockpiling compost – whatever next?
Veg-2-Gro sales caught on the hop
Christmas Grotto Gift Books
The best of last week's
Trading update from this weekend - UPDATED
Rising to the Challenge
100% Business Rates Reliefs for Garden Centres Confirmed
Blue Diamond Awards Shine Brightly
Garden Re-Leaf Day 2020 is a FUNdraising success
Haskins Snowhill re-opens after £15m re-vamp
Garden Centre Photo Tours
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David Domoney urges people to garden during difficult times


David Domoney will be broadcasting across all platforms on social media a message to encourage the nation to garden during these difficult times and encourage people to keep in touch with their local garden centre. 


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David said: "During this difficult time, the importance of our gardens in boosting our mental and physical wellbeing while at home is essential.


"The nature on our doorstep can provide us with so much to enhance our quality of life, and we must encourage everyone to partake in nature-inspired garden pursuits.


"Our garden centres across the UK, employ thousands of people and they sit at the heart of their local communities. And it is during difficult times that these community focussed businesses are more important than ever.


"Whether people pick up the phone for gardening advice, get deliveries to their door, or choose to visit their local store or visit their local stores web site, garden centres provide something to inspire and support every generation.


"Whether it’s garden craft activities for kids, teaching them more about plants and wildlife, growing their own fresh food or simply enjoying plants that brighten our homes both inside and out. I believe that garden centres have so much to offer. Please stay safe and enjoy your garden."

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