Squire’s announces two new appointments

by | Oct 30, 2023 | Centre News, News | 0 comments

Squire's Garden Centres

Squire’s Garden Centres has announced two forthcoming internal appointments, with the promotion of Ross McEwan to Group Retail Operations Manager and Ricky Bowness to Group Purchasing Manager.


Ross McEwan at Squire's
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Currently Ecommerce, Sustainability and Cost Efficiency Manager for the group, Ross McEwan takes over from Andy Bunt, Group Operations Manager, with effect from 1st December. Ross has been with Squire’s for 20 years. Andy Bunt remains with the Group, on a part-time basis as Retail Projects Manager.

Ricky Bowness, currently manager of Squire’s Garden Centre Milford has been with the business for 12 years and will take up his new position next March working alongside Director of Purchasing, Darran Oakley, until Darran retires at the end of the season in 2024.

Sarah Squire, Chairman of Squire’s Garden Centres, comments: “I would like to congratulate both Ross and Ricky on their new appointments. We are delighted to have filled these positions from talent within our business. I have huge respect for both Ross & Ricky and I know they will undertake these roles with effectiveness, energy and commitment. I very much look forward to working with them in their new capacities in the coming years.”

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