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Garden and conservatory furniture supplier Alexander Rose bounced strongly back to profit as sales rocketed in the year to end August.


The Burgess Hill distributor — which sells timber and woven seating, dining and lounging furniture — grew sales by 31 per cent to £9.3m in 2013–14.


The revenue uplift helped the Sussex firm wipe out its £179k pre-tax deficit of the previous year to record positive earnings of £306k in the latest period.


It was the firm’s strongest performance in three years, since it made £508k on sales of £9.5m in 2010–11.



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