Squire’s Garden Centres has planted a special tree, Queen Elizabeth’s Tree, in remembrance of Queen Elizabeth II, in a planting program that took place in all its 16 centres across Surrey, Sussex, Berkshire, North, and West London.
Following the passing of Her Majesty, each centre team chose a British tree to plant on their grounds as a way of marking the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by a special dated commemorative plaque titled ‘Queen Elizabeth’s Tree.’
Squire’s Garden Centre Managers with Sarah Squire, Chairman, Squire’s Garden Centres (sixth from left), and Martin Breddy, Managing Director, Squire’s Garden Centres
Sarah Squire, Chairman of Squire’s Garden Centres, comments: “The planting of a British tree in each of our centres is a small way of thanking our late Queen for her long and outstanding service to our nation. Each centre team selected a native tree that would be appropriate to be planted in their grounds and in a space that could be enjoyed for many years to come by our customers and future generations.”
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