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Create & Grow “Spooky Half Term” at Squires Garden Centre

Create & Grow “Spooky Half Term” at Squires Garden Centre

Things are getting a bit spooky at Squire’s Garden Centres this October Half Term! From Monday 28th October to Friday 1st November children can come and paint a bat tealight holder, create a scratch art mask, or take part in a ghost pursuit around the garden centre!

• Paint a ceramic bat tealight holder (£5.75) – includes a complimentary LED tealight.
• Create a Halloween scratch art mask (£2) – a must-have spooky item for trick-or-treating!
• Ghost pursuit around the garden centre (FREE) – discover the creepy word and have the chance to win a prize!
So keep your little ghouls entertained this October Half Term by bringing them to Squire’s Garden Centres. Their popular Create & Grow activities are on from 10am to 4pm and there’s no need to book, simply turn up on the day. Fancy dress is very welcome too!

Event: Create & Grow “Spooky Half Term”
Locations: Squire’s Garden Centres (excludes Chertsey)
Dates: Monday 28th October – Friday 1st November 2019
Times: 10am – 4pm
Cost: Paint a ceramic bat tealight holder (£5.75) Create a Halloween scratch art mask (£2) Ghost pursuit around the garden centre (FREE)

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Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Excludes Squire’s in Chertsey.

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About Squire’s Garden Centres:

Squire’s Garden Centres is a successful family-owned horticultural business that serves the local community. There are 15 Squire’s Garden Centres to discover across Surrey, Sussex, North and West London.
The business was founded by D.J. Squire in 1936, initially as a landscape gardening business which then developed into one of the first garden centre businesses in the UK when Squire’s in Twickenham opened in 1964. Since then the company has become one of the best success stories in the industry, remaining in the Squire family under the leadership first of D.J’s son Colin Squire OBE – who is still actively involved in the business – and, today, Colin’s daughter Sarah Squire who is Chairman.

Squire’s offers a wide range of quality plants and garden products together with an extensive selection of garden furniture, houseplants and gifts. They continue their drive towards customer excellence with their highly qualified and experienced horticultural staff, on hand to help with plant related questions.
All centres have free parking, a Café Bar serving breakfast, drinks, snacks, lunch and afternoon tea, and most have a children’s play area. Four centres also have extensive pets and aquatics departments – at Squire’s in Badshot Lea, Twickenham, Stanmore and Washington.

Squire’s has close connections with schools and the local community – with a particular passion for encouraging new generations of gardeners through a year-round programme of workshops for all ages and abilities. Squire’s also supports various local charities, which are chosen each year by staff at the different centres.

Squire’s is at the forefront of developing best practice and innovation in the UK garden centre industry, and regularly wins industry awards, including:
The Express Home & Living Awards
• Best Garden Centre (2017)
Garden Centre Association (GCA) Awards
• “Best Garden Centre” in England (Shepperton 2018)
• “Best Plant Area” Ruxley Rose Award (Twickenham 2016 & 2015)
• “Garden Centres of Excellence” (Milford 2016)
RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
• Silver Gilt Medal & “People’s Choice” for “The Urban Rain Garden” (2017)
• Gold Medal & “People’s Choice” for “Squire’s 80th Anniversary Garden” (2016)
• Silver Gilt Medal for the “Urban Oasis” show garden (2015)

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