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Family-run garden centre secures £40,000 to go green

Published: 4 August 2014
A funding package worth £40,000 has been provided by Barclays to help Whitehall Garden Centre and Whitchurch Garden Centre expand on their green energy credentials.
Family-run garden centre secures £40,000 to go green
Using the funding provided, the fifth-generation run company will install three new biomass energy cabins, capable of serving its 65,000sq ft and 40,000sq ft garden centres in Lacock and Bristol.

It is estimated that these biomass energy cabins will help to reduce energy costs by up to 70%.

The capital will also support the management’s ability to compete for additional government funding.

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