Squire?s supporting those with autism

by | Mar 14, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Employees at?Squire?s Garden Centre in Milford?supporting those with autism by dressing up in blue on Friday 1st?April. The effort is to raise money for?The Jigsaw Trust, their chosen charity of the year.

?Light It Up Blue? is a global campaign in support of World Autism Awareness Day. Squire?s employees will be wearing specially designed blue t-shirts, and the business has said that a few members of staff may have ?blue faces or even blue hair.?

A Squire?s spokesperson said: ?The Jigsaw Trust provides high quality educational, vocational and wellbeing services for children and adults with autism, learning disabilities and associated communication and behavioural difficulties.

?We?re asking customers to come along to Squire?s in Milford on Friday 1st?April to see our employees turn blue, and find out more about The Jigsaw Trust.?

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