Squires West Horsley gets a makeover for 2019

by | Jan 24, 2019 | Chains, News | 0 comments

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Squires Garden Centre in West Horsley has started 2019 with a stylish new look. The d?cor and furniture has been updated after an extensive refurbishment of its popular Caf? Bar.
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The licensed Caf? Bar offers menus to meet a range of dietary needs. There’s a wide selection of food, including hot and cold meals and cakes. This is all complemented by a wide choice of teas, coffees, cold drinks and wine.
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There is also a new pavilion with retractable roof and climate control, also available for hire.
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Sarah Squire, Chairman at Squires, said: ?Throughout the day the Caf? Bar is a very popular stopping point for visitors.
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“We have already heard from many ?regulars? that they love the new look. We know that our customers have a very keen eye for colour in their gardens so we wanted the Caf? Bar to reflect that.”
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Squires Caf? Bar is open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, and 10am to 4.30pm on Sundays. It serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

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