Squire?s shortlisted for ?Best Garden Centre? by the Express

by | Sep 20, 2017 | News | 0 comments


Squire?s Garden Centres has been shortlisted for ?Best Garden Centre? by the Express in their inaugural Home & Living Awards. These awards celebrate the UK?s best household products, services and retailers. As well as recognising style, value and practicality, the awards highlight excellence in customer service and sustainability.

The Express know that garden centres have a special place in the British psyche. The judges? shortlisted Squire?s as they have knowledgeable staff, a fantastic range of quality plants and seeds, useful equipment and relevant accessories, plus extra touches such as employees who offer outstanding customer service and a focus on sustainability.

Squire?s are a successful, independent, family-owned business, who celebrated their 80th anniversary last year. They will find out whether they have won ?Best Garden Centre? at the Express Home & Living Awards on Thursday 26?October at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Convent Garden.

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