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Cherry Lane acquires Salhouse Garden Centre near Norwich


Value garden centre group, Cherry Lane, has acquired Salhouse Garden Centre in Salhouse, Norwich. The Garden Centre is now known as Salhouse Garden Centre by Cherry Lane.


Nick Rubins, chief executive of the QD Group which owns Cherry Lane, said: “I am delighted to announce the acquisition of a new garden centre in our heartland Norwich.


"The garden centre will continue to trade as Salhouse Garden Centre by Cherry Lane and is our 21st garden centre in the group (18th Cherry Lane).


"We have some improvements and developments planned, to both the garden centre and the café, over the upcoming months and the centre will remain open whilst we do this work.


"As a family run business, we look forward to continuing to work with our local community and introduce our great value, excellent quality and ever-changing spectacular new deals.


"We continue to be very excited about the opportunities to grow the business over the next few years.”


Salhouse Garden Centre by Cherry Lane is the 18th garden centre owned by the QD Group.


Cherry Lane aims to enhance customer enjoyment and experience with great value and quality products, from garden furniture, a comprehensive pet department and wild bird care, not to mention seasonal special offers and the wonderful array of plants; many grown within the Group’s four nursery operations located across the country.


Salhouse Garden Centre by Cherry Lane is located on Honeycombe Rd, Salhouse, Norwich, and is open daily.


For more information on Cherry Lane, visit


The Salhouse Garden Centre transaction was negotiated in a confidential manner by Alexander Mackie Associates Ltd. If you own a garden centre and you are looking to sell in the same manner, please call Darren Earnshaw at Alexander Mackie Associates on 01732 522222 or email:

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