Prizes on offer at GPH during landscaping open weekend

Published:  13 May, 2016

GPH Builders Merchants will be hosting an open weekend to showcase their branch enhancements on 13 and 14 May.

The Westhill branch was recently extended to offer larger bays for loose materials, greater capacity for stock, easier traffic movement, and enhanced parking, whilst also highlighting the new display.

GPH is encouraging customers to visit the Westhill branch for the open weekend, and inviting them to enter on-site competitions to win a new Bradstone patio, a Star Wars BB-8 droid, as well as other prizes.

GPH, which supplies a product range to trade and retail customers, has built a new display area to demonstrate over 25 different patios. The display includes a variety of outdoor living environments including stylish decking, modern and traditional slabs, and a range of fencing and walls; with imaginative planting complementing the traditional and contemporary designs.

Nikki Mortimer, GPH sales and marketing director, said: ”We are looking forward to welcoming customers, neighbours and friends to our open weekend. The new landscape display was designed by GPH staff, and our team has been working hard through all weather to get it looking fabulous for this weekend. By showing many of our gardening products as they would look in the home, it will make the choice of picking paving, decking or slabs that much easier.”

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