Squires Garden Centre in Frensham chooses local charity to support

by | Sep 17, 2018 | Chains, News | 0 comments

Bosses at Squires Garden Centre in Frensham have decided to support Phyllis Tuckwell as their charity of the year? for 2018/19.
Phyllis Tuckwell is the only hospice care service for adult patients across Surrey and north-east Hampshire.
They help manage pain and improve the quality of life for both the patient and their family.
Squire?s will raise awareness of Phyllis Tuckwell in its garden centre. It will provide fundraising from collection boxes, events, and its annual Christmas grotto.
Sarah Squire, deputy chairman of Squires Garden Centres said; ?We’re delighted to support Phyllis Tuckwell. It’s a charity chosen by colleagues at Squire?s in Frensham.
?Our Christmas grottos alone raised more than ?21,000 for our chosen charities last year. I hope that we will be able to repeat this success again this year.
?All our centres are looking forward to working with their chosen charity. We want to support their wonderful work in the local community.?

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