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Unprecedented success for Lowestoft company

PUBLISHED: 12:48 01 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:48 01 February 2017

Ben Shaw account director Adtrack, Andrew Barringer and Stephanie Harrod of Harrod Horticultural and awards host Gyles Brandreth. Picture: COURTESY OF HARROD HORTICULTURAL

Ben Shaw account director Adtrack, Andrew Barringer and Stephanie Harrod of Harrod Horticultural and awards host Gyles Brandreth. Picture: COURTESY OF HARROD HORTICULTURAL

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It is an awards ceremony that showcases the very best that British landscape design and construction has to offer.

And there was success once more for Lowestoft-based Harrod Horticultural – after they were named among the winners at a prestigious national event.

The 40th British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) National Landscape Awards were held in December, with the Lowestoft company, part of Harrod UK, receiving a BALI Principal Award for an unprecedented third time.

A spokesman for Harrod Horticultural said: “This incredible achievement recognised the extremely high standards of customer service and after sales support.”

The BALI National Landscape Awards recognise excellence in landscape design, construction, maintenance and customer service.

With 127 entries received this year and 102 awards made, the ceremony was hosted by former MP Gyles Brandreth. With more than 950 BALI members and guests attending, the Principal and Special Awards were presented to just 22 BALI members.


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