Peter Williamson Travel Award goes to Joshua

Joshua Stacey from Pershore College has recently (May, 2017) been presented with our Peter Williamson Travel Award.

The 21-year-old, who is in his second year of a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Horticulture, scooped the accolade after impressing us with a written submission and an interview.
 


We’re unveiling five new plants in a Chelsea garden

We delighted to announce that we have supplied five new plant introductions to be used it the Horticultural Trades Association’s (HTA) Chelsea Flower Show garden titled ‘40 Sunbury Road’.

Peter Seabrook, gardening correspondent for The Sun, is behind the garden industry show garden, which will include the involvement of 100 growers and suppliers, including us.
 


Time is running out to apply for our Management Programme

We’re reminding graduates this month (May, 2017) to apply for our two-year Management Trainee Programme.

The in-house programme covers all areas of the business and we are calling for graduates not to miss their opportunity to enter this year with the deadline for applications soon approaching on May 31. 
 


Our trainees given a helping hand from The Rainy Day Trust

Two of our management trainees have each been given a grant from a charity to help with their transport costs.
Chris King and Kyle Ross, who both live in Hereford, were each presented with £500 from The Rainy Day Trust, which is based in Birmingham.


Callum’s career in horticulture blossoms

Callum Smith from Bristol has recently finished a work placement with us as part of The Prince’s Trust Get into Woodlands programme.