Squire’s donate 230,000 bulbs to the local community! - Squires Garden Centres

Squire’s donate 230,000 bulbs to the local community!

Squire’s West Horsley planting bulbs in Kingston Meadows with Guildford Borough Council

Squire’s Garden Centres has donated a massive 230,000 tulip bulbs to local parks, green spaces, schools, hospitals and charities across the South East!

This donation was made possible by Squire’s “Love Where You Live” campaign, where the garden centre pledged to donate 10 bulbs for every bag of bulbs that customers purchased in September. The campaign has been such a phenomenal success, that Squire’s have been able to donate and help plant 80,000 more bulbs than their original target of 150,000.

Local councils, school children and community volunteers joined Squire’s team members to plant the tulip bulbs throughout October.

Sarah Squire, deputy chairman of Squire’s commented; “We have been overwhelmed by the response to our ‘Love Where You Live’ campaign, and we are very grateful for the support our family business receives from local people. It’s fantastic to be able to give something back to the communities where we are located. Autumn is the best time of year to plant spring flowering bulbs. ‘Tulip tarda’ is the variety we have donated. It has clusters of beautiful yellow and white fragrant star-shaped flowers. It has won the RHS Award of Garden Merit, and I am sure that it will produce a spectacular display of colour come next springtime.”


Squire’s Centre Bulbs Donated To Planting Area Number Of Bulbs Donated
Badshot Lea Waverley Borough Council Badshot Lea Pond 16,000
Chertsey Ashford & St. Peter’s Hospital St. Peter’s Hospital 3,300
Cobham Elmbridge Borough Council Stoke Recreation Ground 6,190
Crawley Crawley Borough Council On banks opposite Cheals 6,730
Frensham Frensham Parish Council Hollowdene Recreation Ground, Village Shop & Shortfield Common 10,100
Hersham Elmbridge Borough Council Burwood Road 9,700
Long Ditton Esher High School, Royal Star & Garter Homes, Chessington Community Project Esher High School, The Royal Star & Garter Homes & Chessington Community Projects 17,225
Milford Waverley Borough Council Broadwater Park & Rodborough School Community Garden 15,580
Reigate Reigate & Banstead Borough Council Priory Park in Reigate 6,650
Shepperton Spelthorne Borough Council Lower Haliford Park 18,770
Stanmore Bernays Gardens Bernays Gardens 19,000
Twickenham Richmond Borough Council & Sherland Road Residents Association Udney Hall Gardens & Sherland Road Community Garden 59,360
Washington Washington Parish Council Washington Recreation Ground 11,790
West Horsley Guildford Borough Council Kingston Meadows in East Horsley 7,135
Woking Woking Borough Council + Horsell Recreation Association Roundabout by Squire’s Woking, Goldsworth Park Recreation Ground & Pares Woodland Garden 22,470

Squire’s Twickenham planting bulbs in Udney Hall Gardens with Richmond & Twickenham Borough Council

Squire’s Washington planting bulbs in Washington Recreation Ground with St. Mary’s School and Washington Parish Council

Squire’s Chertsey planting bulbs at Ashford & St. Peter’s Hospital

L-R: Rod Hardron (Squire’s), Spencer Brewer & Nicola Oliver (Ashford & St. Peter’s Hospital), Les Ellis (Squire’s)

Squire’s Stanmore donated and planted bulbs at Bernays Gardens

L-R: Ryan Bailey (Squire’s), Malcolm Breingan, Phil Butlin & Anne Butlin (Bernays Garden Community Group), and Christine Foley (Squire’s)

Squire’s Long Ditton donated and planted bulbs at Esher High School

Squire’s Woking donated bulbs to Woking Borough Council

Squire’s Badshot Lea planting bulbs at Badshot Lea Pond, helped by local school children and Waverley Borough Council

Squire’s Frensham planted bulbs in Hollowdene Recreation Ground and Shortfield Common with Frensham Parish Council

Squire’s Milford planting bulbs at Broadwater Park in Godalming

Squire’s Shepperton planted bulbs at Lower Haliford Park with Spelthorne Borough Council