Squire’s Garden Centres to relaunch Chertsey and Hersham branches

The newly rebuilt Squire?s Garden Centre in Chertsey is due to be officially opened in March, along with the reopening of the extended site in Hersham .

The Chertsey branch will open to the public on February 7, while an official event will be held the following month when mayor of Runnymede Alan Alderson will unveil a commemorative plaque.

?A giant 200-year-old olive tree from Spain will be planted to mark the occasion.

The centre in Holloway Hill has been completely rebuilt to include a new outdoor plant area, shop and caf? bar , which is inside an octagon-shaped lodge building that dates back from the Napoleonic wars.

Later in the month, on Friday March 17, the new look Squire?s in Hersham – which will have been opened 33 years ago to the day – will reopen.

The Burwood Road centre has a 20% extension of the shop and cafe bar, a new plant area layout with extended glass canopy, while the cafe bar has been completely refurbished with new furniture, kitchen and a new decked verandah with views over the plant area.

Mayor of Elmbridge Tannia Shipley is due to officially open the centre.

Customers will be able to enjoy a bespoke Gardener?s Afternoon Tea Party on the day and Squire?s will donate a percentage of the ticket price to Greenfingers, a charity that creates magical gardens for children?s hospices.

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