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New florists at Bradford Garden Centre

A Bradford garden centre has extended its offer with the launch of a new florist concession.


Tong Garden Centre has added Confettii Girls to its range of concessions which include Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Pavers, Julian Charles, Bon Marche and Maidenhead Aquatics.


The Confettii Girls are professional florists Leen Khouder and Michelle Hirst, who bonded over a love of flowers and have just celebrated the business’s first anniversary.


Confetti Girls is situated towards the front of the store at the Tong Lane site and provide a range of fresh flowers for all occasions, including weddings and funerals, and stock a range of popular dried flowers and helium balloons.


“This is our first shop, and we’re very excited about the opportunities that being here will bring. We’re surrounded by inspirational displays and hope that customers will see how they can style their homes with fresh and dried flowers in addition to house plants and accessories,” said Ms Khouder.


Yorkshire Garden Centres’ Commercial Director, Sharon McNair, is pleased to welcome the florists to the centre: “A floristry service complements our garden and lifestyle departments and gives customers another reason to visit Tong, especially as the Confetti Girls will give our Evergreens cardholders 10% off. We wish Leen and Michelle every success.”


Tong Garden Centre occupies a 19-acre site in Tong Village. It is one of Yorkshire’s biggest independent garden centres, with 11,600m2 of retail space and parking for up to 700 cars. It is part of the Yorkshire Garden Centres (YGC) group that also owns Tingley Garden Centre and the former Stephen H Smith’s Garden Centres in Otley and Harden, Bingley.