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Greenhous Group goes to The Shrewsbury Flower Show!

Greenhous had a fantastic weekend at The Shrewsbury Flower show!

The Shrewsbury Flower show is a long established horticultural show that has been running for 130 years. The show has a prestigious legacy, showcasing all kinds of trader stands alongside the annual flower competitions.

We were lucky enough to secure a stand by the famous Bandstand, right at the heart of the show. The beautiful weather kept everyone in high spirits with visitors coming not only from local areas but from across the nation to visit the beautiful trading town of Shrewsbury alongside attending the show.

All of Greenhous Group's Retail Franchises attended: Nissan, Vauxhall, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles & Greenhous Shrewsbury Used Vehicle Centre.

After running a children's colouring competition to decorate two of our vehicles the winners came by to view their artwork, which went down a storm. The vehicle decals were provided by Cyclone Sign and Print and they did a brilliant job for us, making the children extremely happy to see their designs come to life!

Greenhous Volkswagen brought a restored T1 van which was very popular with visitors, alongside the beautiful VW emblem made by Flower Centre Birmingham from real flowers, the perfect accessory for The Flower Show stand.

We are so pleased that two of the traders at the show are sponsored by us, these are the brilliant B.S.B Sound who provided the audio support for the event and Martha Lily Photography who was showcasing her Equine portrait photography skills. She provided photography for the show jumping competitions throughout the weekend, which was incredibly popular! 

Overall, it was a fantastic event and we would like to thank everyone who visited us over the weekend. Stay tuned for our next event!

If you like the look of the vehicles we took to the The Shrewsbury Flower Show and fancy a new car or commercial vehicle show click here to view the rest of our available stock.

About the author

Libby Scott

Digital Business Executive for Greenhous Group