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Dogs can meet Santa Paws at Squire’s


Has your dog always wanted to meet Santa? Well your pooch’s dreams are about to come true, as on Tuesday 5th December they can meet Santa for free between 9am-11am at Squire’s Garden Centres!


Squire’s in Badshot Lea, Long Ditton, Stanmore, Washington and West Horsley are all holding a special “Santa Paws” event for your dog to meet Santa. Dogs can ‘paws’ for a photo with Santa while the ‘puparazzi’ (or owners) snap away! Your photo will be a memento that will last ‘fur-ever’.


Meeting Santa is free, but Squire’s would be delighted if owners gave a donation to the local charities that they are supporting, who are the Guide Dog Association, Princess Alice Hospice, Iain Rennie Hospice at Home, the Alzheimer’s Society and Riding for the Disabled,


Squire’s Garden Centre                Charity they are supporting

  • Squire’s Badshot Lea         Aldershot & Farnborough Guide Dog Association
  • Squire’s Long Ditton           Princess Alice Hospice
  • Squire’s Stanmore              Iain Rennie Hospice at Home
  • Squire’s Washington           Alzheimer’s Society
  • Squire’s West Horsley        Horsley & Bookham Riding for the Disabled
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