Doors open on new garden buildings department

Company: Trelawney Garden Leisure

A partnership between Trelawney Garden Leisure @ Wadebridge and Elite Spas & Leisure has led to the creation of a new garden buildings department at the garden centre this month (May, 2014).

The new department at Trelawney@Wadebridge in Sladesbridge will stock Regency Garden Buildings including greenhouses, sheds and summer houses.  
Peter Burks, General Manager of Trelawney@Wadebridge, said: “Elite Spas & Leisure has been an independent concession at the garden centre for two and a half years and we have a great relationship with them. It seemed fitting to form a partnership to launch this new venture.
“The garden building department is located over on the other side of our lake at the garden centre and will house 17 different garden buildings and displays and six greenhouses. The new department will cover 500 square foot. It will provide employment for at least three people initially.
“We will be able to offer our customers a wide range of garden buildings and can also deliver and install each product.”
Regency Garden Buildings has been manufacturing quality buildings for more than 20 years. It creates high quality cedar and softwood chalets, summerhouses, playhouses, sheds and greenhouses.
Chris Williams, Director at Elite Spas & Leisure, said: “We are very excited about our new partnership. As companies we have the same core values and our main focus is on customer service. We want to offer consumers variety and value for money.”
Elite Spas & Leisure is a large leisure company, which stocks Elite hot tubs, swim spas, saunas, log cabins, gazebos, chemicals and accessories. It can also provide services and spare parts. At the garden centre there is a large selection of display tubs for testing.
For more information about the garden buildings department, please call Chris on 01208 816 332 or visit
For further details about Trelawney@Wadebridge, which is located in Sladesbridge near Wadebridge in Cornwall, please call 01208 893030 or visit

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