Cheshire garden centre changes hands

Law firm Brabners Chaffe Street has advised Reuben Fielding on the disposal of Hills Garden Centre near Knutsford to All-in-One Garden Centre for an undisclosed sum.

All-in-One is a family-run business with an existing garden centre in Middleton, Greater Manchester. Hills Garden Centre offers customers a full range of garden products as well as an award winning miniature railway, a pet store and a cafe. Fielding sold the garden centre to focus his attention on new business opportunities.

Robert Street, corporate partner at Brabners Chaffe Street, who led the team advising on the deal, said: "Reuben Fielding has built up a strong business in recent years, with an outstanding reputation locally, which offers the buyer great potential to develop the business further."

The legal team at Brabners Chaffe Street included corporate solicitor, Mark Morrell, and Paul Nicholls, property associate.

Tony Woolley of Pareto Tax & Wealth LLP provided financial advice to Reuben Fielding. JBHS Solicitors advised All-In-One Garden Centre.

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