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Paradise Park Donates Plants to Age UK

12th June 2018

It was a beautiful sunny day for John MacCrae, the centre Manager from Age UK, to receive plants and compost generously donated by Tates of Sussex, for the beautiful new centre’s patio area. continue reading

2nd Burgess Hill Brownies Visit Heritage Centre

12th June 2018

The Second Burgess Hill Brownies paid the South Downs Heritage Centre a visit on Tuesday. continue reading

Flower Power Competition Winner

8th June 2018

Here's Flower Power Competition winner Oliver Coe, aged 5 from Seaford, receiving his prize bundle. continue reading

Tates Donate £1k to Homeless Charity

24th May 2018

We met with Paul Young, head of local homeless charity Off The Fence this morning, to let him know we're donating £1000 towards their latest community projects, with funds coming from both the Garden Centre business and Tates Cars. continue reading

Quiz Night Raises £200 for Local Hospice

14th May 2018

A quiz night held at South Downs Nurseries has raised £200 for a local hospice. Tates of Sussex Garden Centres invited employees, friends and family to participate in the quiz after the centre had closed for the evening. continue reading

Planted Hanging Baskets Ready Now

14th May 2018

We have lots of our beautiful hanging baskets ready, with many of the plants used lovingly grown in our very own nursery. Grab yours while you can, they won't hang around for long! continue reading

Charity Book Shop in Hassocks raises over £12,000

9th May 2018

South Downs Nurseries has had a dedicated book sales area in conjunction with The Burgess Hill District Lions since 2013.... continue reading

Paradise Park Present Prizes to Cradle Hill School

8th May 2018

Cradle Hill Community School has now been able to start up their Gardening Club again since building a new extension onto their much loved school. continue reading

Paradise Park Donates Compost to UTC College

25th April 2018

UTC College Newhaven approached Paradise Park Garden Centre when the students were looking to create a new rooftop garden. We gladly stepped in to donate the compost! Here are OTC college students with Mark Gilbert. continue reading

Cuckmere House School Visit Paradise Park

24th April 2018

Paradise Park Garden Centre was approached by teacher Jeni Jarvis from Cuckmere House School in Seaford when her students were going to be learning about plants. We invited them to come and see how plants grow, and donated compost & plants for their new raised beds. continue reading