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Greenfingers Charity Bags Cash From Squire’s

Sarah Squire (Squire’s Deputy Chairman) with John Ashley (Greenfingers Chairman)   Greenfingers, a charity that creates magical gardens at children’s hospices, has bagged £4,219 thanks to Squire’s Garden Centres. Squire’s donated the proceeds of the government carrier bag tax to the charity, as well as money raised from a 12-hour “Plant-a-thon” that the Squire’s team […]

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Treasure Island – Open-Air Theatre at Squire’s Milford

 “Treasure Island” open-air theatre at Squire’s Milford on 18th & 27th August   Event: “Treasure Island” Open-Air Theatre Dates: Saturday 18th August & Monday 27th August 2018 Times: Entry 6pm. Showtime 7-9pm Tickets: £14 adults, £9 children (under 4’s free), or £40 for a family of 4 Location: Squire’s Garden Centre, Portsmouth Road, Milford, GU8 5HL Website: www.squiresgardencentres.co.uk   Come to […]

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New “Patches Playtime” Farm Experience at Squire’s

Visit Patches Playtime at Squire’s in August   Event: “Patches Playtime” interactive farmyard Dates: 1st–31st August 2018 Times: 10am-4pm Entry: £6.50 per child (adults go free) Locations: Squire’s Garden Centre, Badshot Lea Road, Farnham, GU9 9JX Squire’s Garden Centre, Common Road, Stanmore, HA7 3JF Website: www.squiresgardencentres.co.uk   Squire’s Garden Centres has a great new interactive farmyard experience for children to […]

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Easy Gardening In No Time

Enjoy spending more time in the garden without the effort   In a recent survey by Squire’s Garden Centres 34% of people said that lack of time was the main reason they didn’t do more gardening. Sarah Squire, Deputy Chairman at Squire’s Garden Centres commented, “We all lead busy lives, so it’s no surprise that […]

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Why you should attract butterflies & bees to your garden

Most people like seeing butterflies and bees, but do you know why it’s important to attract them to your garden? As they move from flower to flower they pollinate garden and wild flowers, enabling plants to reproduce. As well as helping flowers to pollinate, they provide population control for a number of plant and insect […]

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