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Rose pioneer David C. H. Austin Snr OBE passes away at the age of 92
Baytree set to buy Dents in Downham Market
Storm Deirdre takes gloss off Christmas, but it's better than last year for Garden Centres
Wyevale refine leadership structures and introduce more flexible ways of workings
Old Railway Line Garden Centre implements Corby & Fellas WinRetail System
Award-winning Primeur expands team as demand soars
No snow brings Christmas joy to festive sales
Poinsettias peak but not at last year's levels
HTA to promote children's gardening at Chelsea
Helping the homeless this Christmas
£2,500 award on offer in horticultural research scholarship
Oliver, 3, gets apology from Dobbies after he was stopped from meeting Santa
Johnsons garden centre plant sales soar by 10%
Taylors announce results of Autumn Bulbland Competition
Green light for Tong's £4m expansion plan
Crawley garden centre hopes to raise £10,000 for Alzheimer’s Society in continued support until 2020
A step towards protecting world forests
Daily Mail takes online tilt at Bents 'wagtastic Christmas'
HTA campaign will help you sell health and wellbeing benefits of gardening
17 national groups promised at IPM Essen plant show
Candlelight bring new gift collection to Spring Fair
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Former Dobbies CEO is new HTA chairman
Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen to speak at 2019 GCA conference
Welcome boost for garden product sales
Ho, ho, ho! Christmas sets a new record
From 18% down to near parity confirms great eight months
Wild Bird Care sales increased in line with overall sales
Ball Colegrave launch new Speedplanters as demand grows
BALI raises valuable funds for Greenfingers
Tildenet promote James Leyland to head up group marketing
These plants match retail colour trends says nursery
STAX perx rewards programme saves customers thousands
Flopro Professional exceeds expectations
Campingaz fuels growth of cylinders with new Flogas partnership
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Recently sold Wyevale Garden Centre to be renamed
Grovewell grows to four with Hamstreet from Wyevale
Dobbies grows sales following management shake up
Plans to knock down another former Wyevale centre and build homes is blocked
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A step towards protecting world forests

With environmental issues at the forefront of many consumer spending decisions, corporate responsibility is high on the agenda for Premier Decorations Ltd; and the company is delighted to announce its award of FSC® Chain of Custody certification.


This certification demonstrates a continued chain of custody from forest to consumer, ensuring that the wood used has been produced from well managed forests and/or recycled materials.


Shazad Kaleem, quality assurance manager for Premier Decorations, explains: “There is widespread concern for the sustainability of the world’s forests and when consumers see the FSC® logo on a product, they can buy with confidence that they are helping to ensure our forests are alive for generations to come. Premier’s accreditation means that our customers can request that the FSC® branding be included on their products.


“Whilst this doesn’t mean that all of the products we currently sell will become FSC® certified; we are now able to source and offer it for those customers who require their products to be FSC® certified.”


For more information about adding FSC® branding to your products, contact the Premier Decorations team on 020 8624 5555 or email:

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