New look for food hall at Squire’s in Wokingham

by | Nov 26, 2021 | Business, Chains, News | 0 comments

Squire’s Garden Centre on Heathlands Road in Wokingham has revealed a new look for its food hall.

The food hall has been expanded and updated to offer customers a huge amount of choice, from store cupboard essentials and fresh fruit and vegetables, to award-winning frozen meals from COOK, cakes and biscuits, as well as local beers, wines and spirits.

The food hall also now contains a butcher and a bakery. JL Butchers has moved from itsshop in West Byfleet to be located at Squire’s. It was voted ‘Butchers shop of the year’ in the Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards 2019 and is known for its top-quality British meat and great customer service. Customers can also buy sweet and savoury treats from family business Cavan Bakery, which produces artisan breads, croissants, pastries, a wide variety of cakes, as well as savoury pies and sausage rolls from its hot counter.

Sarah Squire, chairman of Squire’s Garden Centres comments: “I am delighted that we have opened our enhanced food hall at Squire’s in Wokingham. Supporting local suppliers and working closely with the local community has been at the heart of our philosophy for more than 85 years. I hope that customers old and new will enjoy our expanded food hall which now contains Cavan Bakery and JL Butchers – very handy with Christmas coming up! We also have a great selection of home baking goodies to get you into the festive spirit.”

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