Squire's reshuffles centre management teams

Squire’s Garden Centres have made several changes to its centre management teams.

The 15-centre group has appointed Anne Dedman to garden centre manager at Cobham, having been an assistant manager with the firm for three years.  Matt Tanner has been promoted to assistant garden centre manager at Cobham, having been garden furniture department head at Badshot Lea.

Will Kingham becomes garden centre manager at Milford, having spent five years as assistant manager at Badshot Lea after joining in May 2007. 

George Bishop joins Kingham at the new Squire’s at Secretts in Milford as assistant manager, moving from the same position at Woking.

Ian Wright garden centre manager moves from West Horsley over to Long Ditton, Ricky Bowness moves from garden centre manager at Woking to take on West Horsley and Paul Young moves from centre manager at Milford to take charge at Woking.

Ed Ridgeon moves to assistant manager at Badshot Lea from the assistant manager position in Twickenham, assistant manager Barry Cole moves from Shepperton to Windsor and Sue Moscrop moves to assistant manager at Woking from Windsor.

In addition to these internal moves Squire’s has four new members of staff.

Chris Dartnell has been appointed garden centre manager at Washington, having moved from The Garden Centre Group. A number of assistant managers have also been appointed: John O’Connor at Twickenham, Nic Hardy at Crawley and Kevin Henson at Shepperton.

Squire’s restaurants have also seen number of management changes over recent months with Wayne Samms having moved over to manage the restaurant at Long Ditton from Twickenham, Sam Reast moves to Hersham from Long Ditton, and Stephanie Cole from Hersham to the recently refurbished Café Bar at Twickenham.

Squire's deputy chairman Sarah Squire said: "We’re thrilled to welcome our new team members into the Squire’s family, they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team plus exceptional standards in customer service.  We’re also delighted for our newly promoted team members, who have shown consistent high standards and commitment to Squire’s and our customers."


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