So my mum and I were in a garden centre the other day, run by a large British organisation.
Of course, garden centres sell all kinds of things, including home decoration. They had some jarred candles on the shelf, where the jars all had a single letter on them. They didn't have the full alphabet available - far from it - the letters they had spelled out a single word, and I think the idea was the you'd buy a set of them and it'd make a little display to spell out that word in your house.
Honestly, I found the idea pretty tacky, and I was feeling a bit mischievous anyway. "Look mum," I said, "They've got a bunch of candles you can use to spell out my favourite furry rodent! But some prankster's been in and rearranged them. I'll just go set them right." I then rearranged the candles to make another word.
Mum laughed, but the thing about my mum is that she's a real anagram champion. "No, you've got it all wrong! Look, it's not the furry creature, but it's what the furry creature did to come into being." She grabbed some more of the candles from the shelf, shuffled them around a bit, and made an even longer word.
This was excellent, but then we noticed that there were a few big lit-up letters on the shelf above the candles, one for each initial of the name of the organisation that ran the garden centre. We spotted a man outside using a tool to move a bunch of gravel from a big hopper into his quad bike's trailer, and realised we could make a new, excellently long word by mixing in these new letters.
We did our last bit of candle shuffling, got our plants, and left the garden centre smirking.
Which organisation ran the garden centre?