A case of jumping the gun?

May 1998
Marketing Event;May98, p74
Presents information on the report made by a member of the Royal Horticultural Society on the filming of a television series from Channel 4 television station in Royal Horticultural's halls. Misinterpretation on the venue of the event; Discovery made by Daily Telegraph periodical.


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