Double glazing company to create “village” in Baytree Garden Centre, Weston

Rows of young organic Maris Piper potatoes.
Rows of young organic Maris Piper potatoes.
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Double glazing company EYG is poised to move into the popular family-run Baytree Garden Centre in Weston.

EYG, which employs 30 staff at its branch in Commercial Road, Spalding, is opening a conservatory village at the visitor attraction, which spans 16 acres in Weston.

From left, Steve Swallow, EYG commercial director, Michael Brookes, of Secured By Design, John Waugh, EYG sales director, and EYG's managing director Nick Ward, outside the firm's conservatory village in Hull.

From left, Steve Swallow, EYG commercial director, Michael Brookes, of Secured By Design, John Waugh, EYG sales director, and EYG's managing director Nick Ward, outside the firm's conservatory village in Hull.

EYG sales director John Waugh said: “I am thrilled the garden centre has given us the go-ahead to install a conservatory village at the centre.

It will feature six fully-constructed conservatories, showing off a range of roofs. There will be large display of the firm’s extensive range of windows and doors.

The new project will initially create one job and the size of the investment has not been revealed.

EYG is taking over the half-acre pitch from November 16 and the conservatory village will be completed early next year.

Mr Waugh said: “This is an exciting opportunity for us.

“Baytree is a prestigious and popular garden centre. It is a fantastic opportunity for us.

“We have a showroom and offices in Spalding, so this further strengthens our ties within the community. Our Spalding office is one of the best performing branches that we have, and we are looking forward to this being a similarly successful new venture for our business.”

Nigel Wallis, the centre’s general manager, said: “We’re pleased to welcome EYG as our newest franchisee, we’ve been impressed with what they can offer customers.”