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National Plants at Work Week

July 16, 2014

Haskins Plants Manager Mark Smith with Eljays44 office manager Lewis Dan at the Rustington Pop up office. The Haskins Garden Centre at Roundstone assisted horticultural magazine publishers Eljays44 Ltd to create a pop up office display of plants ideal for office environments in Rustington as part of  National Plants at Work Week. The Eljays44 pop-up…

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Garden Centre Customers Thanked By Para Association

June 26, 2014

Paul Burnett-Kirk presents Haskins’ Sue Ross the para plaque. Paul Burnett-Kirk, the Honorary Secretary and Treasurer for the Worthing branch of the Parachute Regimental Association presented a plaque to the Haskins Roundstone Garden Centre to thank their team for their support. Over the 3 years of fundraising at the Centre, former Paratrooper, Paul estimates that…

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Top 10 Plants For Bee Friendly Gardeners

May 19, 2014

Dean Ridley with the Top 10 of Bee Friendly plants. Gardeners who want to encourage Honey Bees and help local beehives thrive can now choose the best plants known to attract the important insects to their garden.   All of the Haskins Garden Centres have introduced the “B list” of the top 10 plants complete with…

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Meet Your Police In Angmering

May 15, 2014

Meet PCSO Karen Pereira for advice and cycle security marking at the Haskins Garden Centre. On the Sunday 8 June and Sunday 13 July between 11am and 1pm, Police Community Support Officer Karen Pereira will be available to meet at the Haskins Garden Centre in Angmering so that residents in the area can discuss issues…

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Pupils Learn To Grow At Garden Centre

May 9, 2014

(from left) Teacher Elisa Cooke with some of the young horticulturalists and Mark Smith. The Haskins Garden Centre at Angmering supported the Broadwater C of E first and middle school’s science curriculum by providing a demonstration of plant growing to over 60 year one pupils who visited the popular centre. Haskins staff members Mark Smith…

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Garden Centre Hosts New Hospice Outreach Project

May 1, 2014

(from left) Haskins Restaurant Manager Katie Corcoran welcomes Ruth Keeble, Bereavement Service Volunteer Judie Chamber and Linda Perry, Director of Children’s Services for sister hospice, Chestnut Tree House The Haskins Garden Centre at Angmering was one of the first locations chosen on the launch week of the St Barnabas House Hospice Outreach Project. The mobile…

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Centre’s Staff To Join Midnight Charity Walk For Hospice

April 14, 2014

Lucy Bone (centre) and the Haskins’ walkers display the special Night to Remember hoodies. Fifteen female members of staff at the Haskins Garden Centre at Angmering are to participate in the women’s midnight walk on Saturday 21 June to fundraise for Worthing’s St Barnabas  House Hospice.  It’s the first time such a large team has…

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Garden Centre Customers Praised For Fostering Interest

April 14, 2014

(from left) Sarah Camp with Haskins Indoor Manager Adam Bentall, Social worker Sarah McPhilemy and foster carer Sarah Harris. Hundreds of children and teenagers in the region have more hope of finding foster parents thanks to the interest shown by customers at the Haskins Garden Centre at Roundstone.  Sarah Camp, Foster Carer Recruitment Officer and…

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Posh Boxes For Boozy Birds

March 20, 2014

(from left) Julian Winfield and Haskins Operations Manager Dean Ridley with a Bird Box Pub. A bird box need no longer to be just a practical home for visitors to the garden. The Haskins Garden Centres have introduced some posh pads, including a pub bird box, for feathered friends who are looking for somewhere different…

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