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Staff take up curling at North Walsham, Bobsleigh at Lakeside Plant Centre and get Reindeer pulling sleighs at Richardsons Garden Centre
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Plant sales slow ahead of Big Freeze
New additions to successful GroZone range
Greenfingers and HTA collaborate on gifting initiatives
New look website for National Children’s Gardening Week
RHS ranking reveals pests and diseases rife in UK gardens
Tong's Orchid advice and MOT day hailed a success
Plant Show success for Klondyke
Snowy success for Garden Press Event
New HTA Chairman and Matthew Bent on BBC Radio 4 Consumer programme
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David Domoney teams up with Kent & Stowe
Preparing for the Big Freeze
Young veg plants and herbs start to sell through but onion sets dominate
Will growing media momentum continue?
Wild Bird Care sales down by 30% but set to grow
Keukenhof - Meteorological spring has started
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Squire’s Garden Centre in Woking now open


Squire’s Garden Centre on Littlewick Road in Woking is now open again with a great new look.


Following a significant extension the stunning new garden centre offers an inspirational plant area, complete with an outdoor canopy to keep you and the plants dry; and a much bigger shop, offering a wider choice of gardening products, gifts and garden furniture.


Visitors on March 4th can take advantage of a massive 20% off any garden furniture suite or BBQ.


The Café Bar has also been extended and completely refurbished giving it a light and airy feel, plus there’s a beautiful outdoor verandah where you can sit and admire the plants. There’s now also a full waiting service, so you can order food and drinks from the comfort of your table.


Plus every Sunday lunchtime in March there’ll be live music from Surrey-based classical guitarist Richard Veitch between 12.30pm-2.30pm.


Sarah Squire, Deputy Chairman at Squire’s commented: “Squire’s in Woking has been completely transformed yet still remains one hundred percent true to our horticultural heritage.


"It’s beautifully designed and landscaped to fit within the surrounding area, and truly retains its sense of place.


"We hope it will be a centre that the community can be really proud of, as a local hub, a place for family and friends to get together in comfortable and relaxed surroundings. We very much look forward to welcoming our customers back, and to meeting new ones.” 


On Friday 16th March come and have a chat with Sarah and her father Colin in store when they shall be planting containers to raise money for the charity Greenfingers.


Then on Saturday 17th March gardening guru Charlie Dimmock will officially open Squire’s in Woking. She’ll be at the garden centre all day, so come and meet her and enjoy the following activities.



Loyal customers June & John were first through the doors of Squire’s Woking, which re-opened on 23rd February.



Inspirational new plant area with canopy at Squire’s Woking.



Squire’s team are looking forward to welcoming old and new customers.



Stylish new shop at Squire’s Woking.



Spot amazing topiary at Squire’s Woking.


Squire’s Garden Centre, Littlewick Road, Woking, GU21 4XR.

T: 01276 858446

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