Brand new Squire?s Garden Centre in Chertsey now open

by | Feb 3, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Squire?s Garden Centre in Chertsey is now open after a complete re-build. Come and discover this boutique garden centre, which has a new outdoor plant area, a garden centre shop with a range of gifts, and a brand new Caf? Bar ? perfect for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea.

Squire?s is a successful family owned business, and ?1.5 million was spent on building the new garden centre, with Chairman Colin Squire very involved with both the design and build.

Sarah Squire, deputy Chairman, commented: ?We are delighted to open our new garden centre in Chertsey. It has a totally fresh outdoor plant area, new shop and new Caf? Bar ? which is in a octagonal lodge building that dates back to the Napoleonic wars. Chertsey is a small but perfectly formed garden centre where you can find what you need and be back in your garden in no time. Do pop in and say hello to our team.?

Squire?s Garden Centre, Holloway Hill, Chertsey, KT16 0AE.

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