September 2021 - Squire's Garden Centres

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Christmas Lunch

Celebrate the festive season with a delicious Christmas lunch at Squire’s Garden Centres. Enjoy two courses for £16.95 (£12.95 for children) or three courses for £19.95 (£15.95 for children). There are gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options available. Come and celebrate with friends, family or colleagues and enjoy great food, beautiful decorations and a fantastic atmosphere. […]

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Exclusive Christmas Shopping Evenings

Squire’s Garden Centres has exclusive late night Christmas Shopping Evenings on 2nd, 3rd and 4th November at selected centres between 6-8pm. Enjoy 15% off everything* and a complimentary mulled wine and mince pie on arrival. Make this Christmas one to remember by being organised and going big this year. Whether it’s choosing your Christmas tree, […]

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Multiple awards for Squire’s Garden Centres

Squire’s Garden Centres is celebrating after picking up multiple awards from the Garden Centre Association (GCA). Squire’s swept the board by coming first, second and third for ‘Garden Centre of the Year’ in the GCA’s garden centre category in the South Thames region. Squire’s Hersham won the award, closely followed by Squire’s West Horsley who […]

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Turn your garden into a pollinator paradise

Our gardens are an increasingly important habitat for wildlife. They are a significant source of food, water and shelter. There are so many amazing creatures just outside our back doors, and every garden, no matter what size, can be a haven for wildlife. You can attract more birds, butterflies, bees and insects into your garden […]

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Giant sunflowers bring cheer to children and charities

Squire’s Garden Centres gave away packs of sunflower seeds to children last April, and asked them to see how tall their sunflower could grow. With a little love and a useful growing guide from Squire’s, many gardens across the South East now contain beautiful yellow cheery sunflowers. But whose sunflower grew the tallest? Pictures have […]

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