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Squire's garden centres reveal their Charities of the Year

Published: 27 October 2015
Staff at each of Squire's garden centres have chosen and named their individual Charity of the Year, 2015/2016.
The garden centres will raise awareness of their charity through their marketing material and with ongoing fundraising from events and collection boxes. All donations from the public will go directly to the charity.

The first big charity fundraiser is the free Christmas Grotto at selected centres, where customers are simply asked to make a donation to the centre's chosen charity.

The Charities of the Year are:

· Badshot Lea - The Woodlarks Centre (Farnham)
· Cobham - The Royal Surrey County Hospital (Guildford)
· Crawley - Chestnut Tree House (Arundel)
· Hersham - Carer Support Elmbridge (Elmbridge)
· Long Ditton - Momentum: St Peter's & Kingston Hospital
· Milford - Jigsaw (Dunsfold)
· Reigate - The Children's Trust (Tadworth)
· Shepperton - Shooting Star Chase (Guildford)
· Stanmore - Michael Sobell Hospice (Northwood)
· Twickenham - Homelink Respite Centre (Whitton)
· Washington - St Barnabas House (Worthing)
· West Horsley - Cherry Trees (East Clandon)
· Windsor - Thames Hospice (Windsor & Ascot)
· Woking - The Woking & Sam Beare Hospice (Woking)


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