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Sorry can't help.
Cant help either, Cloncaw. but it must be a hardy plant as it is looking very healthy and green.
It could it be viburnum odoratissimum Mine stayed lovely and green and healthy all winter even though it's in an exposed spot.
If you bought it last year or this year there's a good chance it's Aucuba japonica 'Rozannie'. It's a self-fertile variety. They seemed to be stocked by most garden centres in recent years.
I thought the Aucuba's leaves would be more serrated. I just put a picture on my journal of the Viburnums leaves to check against
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