Garden Centre Gets Customers Talking With Chatter & Natter Tables

Three young people and an older man laughing together at a cafe table

Like some company? You could do worse than head to your nearest Squire’s Garden Centre. All of the chain’s café bars now have Chatter & Natter tables.

Part of the Chatty Café scheme, these tables are for anyone. Use them if you’re on your own, in a couple, with a friend, young people, old people and anyone in between. It’s just about having good old-fashioned human interaction.

Table in cafe with small vase of flowers and Chatter And Natter sign: This table is for people who are happy to talk to other customers.

There are Chatter & Natter tables every Tuesday morning at all sixteen of Squire’s Café Bars, plus on other days throughout the week too – simply look out for the signs on the tables.

Sarah Squire, chairman of Squire’s Garden Centres, said, “In this age of social media it’s so important to make an effort to talk to others face to face.

“So for those who would like a bit of real social interaction, simply sit at a Chatter & Natter table at Squire’s and you can talk to other customers.”

Three people sitting at a table with cups of coffee

Sarah continued,”I believe a short conversation with another human can really brighten your day. Everyone’s welcome, and it’s a great way to meet people in your local community.”

If you get to Squire’s before 10am,  you can take advantage of their buy one, get one free offer on all hot drinks from Monday to Saturday. Or tuck in to their “Build Your Own Breakfast” which is served every day until 11.30am.

Sarah Proctor

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