As one of the first garden centres in the UK, Stewarts Garden Centre in Christchurch has received numerous awards, but the most recent recognises it as being top for Environment and Community in the country.
For the fourth year in a row, children visiting the Stewarts Garden Centres at Christchurch and Broomhill in the run up to Easter, will be challenged to find six giant Easter eggs hidden within each centre.
Designed to impress visitors with its huge variety of plants and flowers, a Dorset garden centre has opened a new flower shop display within its Christchurch Centre.
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A tallest daffodil competition has been announced by Stewarts Garden Centre at Christchurch with judging to be held on Saturday 14 April at 3pm by members of the Christchurch and Highcliffe Marie Curie Fundraising Group to coincide with the charity’s annual Great Daffodil Appeal.
A tired Scout hut in Ferndown will look brighter this summer thanks to a donation of £100 worth of plants and gardening equipment from Stewarts Garden Centre following an appeal in the March issue of 4Dorset magazine.
Stewarts Garden Centre customers from Broomhill have been thanked for a £4,750 donation towards care at Lewis-Manning Hospice.
A garden centre whose origins can be traced back to 1742 is investing in management training in keeping with its current expansion.
The boss of one Dorset’s longest-established businesses says the acquisition of a new garden centre has had “an energising effect” throughout the whole company.
John Cook has been appointed as the new head chef at Stewarts Garden Centre Restaurant and Coffee Shop at Broomhill, near Wimborne.