The Sunday Post
Hayes Garden World
Our Hayes employees, have a vast wealth of knowledge, we have several staff with over 50 years experience each of their fields. Plants, planting and landscaping have been our life for almost 200 year. With over 100 staff across the garden centre, our depth of knowledge is vast. We now also have aquarium staff who are able to offer advice in fresh water, tropical and marine fish keeping, ponds, pond plants and water features.

The Sunday Post

The Sunday Post is a weekly newspaper published in Scotland and features a mix of news, human interest stories, regular columns and a fun section. The Broons and Oor Wullie are both well-loved comic strips which have appeared in the newspaper every week since first appearing in 1936. Readership is mainly based in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England.

The paper ran a competition to which we donated a 6’ Pre-lit Bayberry Spruce which is one of our most popular artificial Christmas trees and features the amazingly life-like Feel Real polyethylene (PE) branches and low voltage LED lights. All the reader had to do was answer an easy question to be in with a chance of winning. Buying a pre-lit tree saves hours of de-tangling strings of lights and the LEDs last for approximately 50,000 hours so no more ritual testing of each bulb to find the one which is blown.

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The Goldcoast Single Cocoon was offered as prize in the Sunday Post; cocoons are possibly the single most popular piece of garden furniture we sell online here at Hayes. They are sturdily constructed and utilise resin weave which means that they can be left outside all year round. Not only do our customers use them in their gardens but also in the conservatory, they also make a great addition to a child’s bedroom. We are one of the UK’s largest online retailers of outdoor garden furniture so if you are unsure which style to go for just call the internet sales staff who will be able to talk you through your various options. Not only do we sell cocoons but also garden dining and lounge sets for the largest space to the tiniest patio, sun-loungers for the rare occasions the sun makes an appearance, bistro sets for somewhere to enjoy your morning coffee and the paper or timber benches to place around your garden where you can stop and enjoy your hard work. View the feature in The Sunday Post

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