Squire's set for formal launch of two Surrey garden centres in March

Squire's Garden Centres will officially open its new garden centre in Chertsey and its newly extended garden centre in Hersham, both in Surrey, this March.

Squire's Chertsey plans
Squire's Chertsey plans

Squire’s in Chertsey has been re-built to include a fresh outdoor plant area, new garden centre shop, and new cafe bar in an octogan-shaped lodge building, which dates back from the Napoleonic wars. 

Matt Tanner has been appointed manager at Squire’s Chertsey. He was previously assistant manager at Squire’s Badshot Lea.

Squire's Hersham, which opened in 1983, has a 20 per cent extension of the shop and cafe bar, a new plant area layout with extended glass canopy, and the cafe bar has been refurbished with a new kitchen, furniture, and decked verandah with views over the plant area.


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